Take the Loss of Bladder Control Quiz

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Test your loss of bladder control knowledge with this short eight-question quiz. You may be surprised what you find out.

  • Loss of bladder control only affects older women.

    TRUE FALSE 1/8
  • Correct

    That's right. Loss of bladder control can affect women of any age due to a variety of causes.

    Weight gain, menopause and, of course, natural aging are all reasons a woman may experience loss of bladder control.

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  • Incorrect

    Sorry. You may be under the impression that loss of bladder control only affects older women, but that's not the case.

    Weight gain, menopause and, of course, natural aging are all reasons a woman may experience loss of bladder control.

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  • Which of the following are the most common symptoms of bladder control loss?

    URINATING MORE OFTEN SUDDEN URGES TO GO TO THE BATHROOM WAKING UP AT NIGHT TO GO TO THE BATHROOM ALL OF THE ABOVE 2/8
  • Correct

    You're right. More frequent urination is one of the symptoms of bladder control loss.

    And so is the occasional sudden urge that wakes you while you sleep or hits you in the middle of the day - during a meeting, at an event or just while taking a walk outside.

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  • Incorrect

    You were close. More frequent urination is one of the symptoms of bladder control loss.

    And so is the occasional sudden urge that wakes you while you sleep or hits you in the middle of the day - during a meeting, at an event or just while taking a walk outside.

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  • How many women experience some loss of bladder control?

    1 IN 3 1 IN 10 1 IN 50 1 IN 100 3/8
  • Correct

    Smart thinking. Millions of women just like you experience occasional urgency or wake up during the middle of the night to go to the bathroom.‡‡‡

    These symptoms do not make you “abnormal.” In fact, bladder control issues like these are quite common.

    ‡‡‡Omnibus Bladder Consumer Study commissioned by i-Health, Inc. the distributor of AZO Bladder Control®

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  • Incorrect

    No, it’s 1 in 3! Millions of women just like you experience occasional urgency or wake up during the middle of the night to go to the bathroom.‡‡‡

    These symptoms do not make you “abnormal.” In fact, bladder control issues like these are quite common.

    ‡‡‡Omnibus Bladder Consumer Study commissioned by i-Health, Inc. the distributor of AZO Bladder Control®

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  • What is an example of how NOT to maintain a healthy bladder?

    EXERCISE REGULARLY CUT DOWN ON CAFFEINE AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES REDUCE FLUID INTAKE EAT PLENTY OF NON-ACIDIC FRUITS AND DARK, GREEN LEAFY VEGETABLES 4/8
  • Correct

    Well done! It's been found that dehydration can actually cause bladder irritation. So it's important to drink the recommended 6-8 glasses of water every day, unless otherwise advised by your doctor.

    Here are some tips to maintain a healthy bladder:

    • Avoid bladder irritants, like caffeine and alcohol
    • Make sure you get the right amount of fiber and non-acidic fruits and vegetables
    • Exercise with a daily, brisk 30-minute walk to strengthen your pelvic muscles and maintain healthy bladder control
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  • Incorrect

    Not quite. It's been found that reducing fluid intake, which leads to dehydration, causes bladder irritation. So it's important to drink the recommended 6-8 glasses of water every day, unless otherwise advised by your doctor.

    Here are some tips to maintain a healthy bladder:

    • Avoid bladder irritants, like caffeine and alcohol
    • Make sure you get the right amount of fiber and non-acidic fruits and vegetables
    • Exercise with a daily, brisk 30-minute walk to strengthen your pelvic muscles and maintain healthy bladder control
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  • Which of the following are NOT coping mechanisms for dealing with bladder control loss?

    KNOWING WHERE CLEAN AND SAFE BATHROOMS ARE LOCATED ALWAYS GOING TO THE BATHROOM BEFORE YOU LEAVE YOUR HOME OR OFFICE CONSTANTLY STOPPING WHEN YOU PASS A BATHROOM, EVEN IF YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO NONE OF THE ABOVE 5/8
  • Correct

    Yes! Knowing where bathrooms are, going before you leave home and stopping at bathrooms even if you don’t have to go are all coping mechanisms for dealing with loss of bladder control.

    You may think you’re a nuisance for your frequent bathroom visits, or feel a loss of freedom for having to plan life around the bathroom. But the good news is you’re not alone, and help to support healthy bladder function is closer than you think with AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less®.*

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  • Incorrect

    It’s not just that! Knowing where bathrooms are, going before you leave home and stopping at bathrooms even if you don’t have to go are all coping mechanisms for dealing with loss of bladder control.

    You may think you’re a nuisance for your frequent bathroom visits, or feel a loss of freedom for having to plan life around the bathroom. But the good news is you’re not alone, and help to support healthy bladder function is closer than you think with AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less®.*

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  • Panty liner pads are an effective solution for dealing with loss of bladder control.

    YES NO 6/8
  • Correct

    Absolutely. While panty liner pads can help you manage the symptoms of bladder control (e.g. leakage), they don’t help control the occasional urge.

    Even the most absorbent liners may leave you feeling uncomfortable with thoughts about adjusting the liner, changing your pad, wondering if you’re leaking and so much more.

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  • Incorrect

    There is a better way. While panty liner pads can help you manage the symptoms of bladder control (e.g. leakage), they don’t help control the occasional urge.

    Even the most absorbent liners may leave you feeling uncomfortable with thoughts about adjusting the liner, changing your pad, wondering if you’re leaking and so much more.

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  • There is NO drug-free solution to help reduce your occasional urge to go to the bathroom.

    TRUE FALSE 7/8
  • Correct

    Nice! AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less® is the safe, drug-free way to help reduce your occasional urge to go to the bathroom and help you regain control of your life so you can feel normal again.*

    You’ll gain even more peace of mind knowing that this naturally-sourced blend will help you go less and worry less both day and night.*

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  • Incorrect

    Guess again. AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less® is the safe, drug-free way to help reduce your occasional urge to go to the bathroom and help you regain control of your life so you can feel normal again.*

    You’ll gain even more peace of mind knowing that this naturally-sourced blend will help you go less and worry less both day and night.*

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  • What does AZO Bladder Control® do?

    HELPS SUPPORT HEALTHY BLADDER FUNCTION HELPS REDUCE OCCASIONAL URGENCY SUPPORTS A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP ALL OF THE ABOVE 8/8
  • Correct

    Great job! AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less® is a safe, drug-free supplement that helps reduce the occasional urge and supports bladder strength.*

    Go-Less®, a naturally-sourced blend will help you go less and worry less both day and night.*

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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  • Incorrect

    Good thinking, but there’s much more to it. AZO Bladder Control® with Go-Less® is a safe, drug-free supplement that helps reduce the occasional urge and supports bladder strength.*

    Go-Less®, a naturally-sourced blend will help you go less and worry less both day and night.*

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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