Urinary Incontinence affects 200 million people worldwide

Not just women are having problems with wetting their pants; men have a lot of trouble with holding their bladder too. Together with children, teenagers, young adults and the elderly. It's a wide spread problem, but why can't we talk more openly about it then?

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Myth 1:
Only babies & the elderly pee their pants

Although the risk goes up when you get older, anyone can experience bladder problems at any given time. The NAFC tells us that 1 in 4 women over 18 wet their pants, and one-third of men and women between 30 to 70 years old, have lost control over their bladder at some point as adults.

Myth 2:
You're the only one who has it

As said earlier, Urinary Incontinence affects many people worldwide, but sadly, these people often don’t get a diagnosis and are therefore not cured or treated.

Not only because of the taboo and the embarrassment that exists around peeing your pants, but also because people don't know how to talk to their doctor about the problem.

Myth 3:
It's embarrassing but not serious

Peeing your pants is not going to kill you and it's not going to shorten your life, but it can make your life miserable. Fear of an accident (and being afraid that anyone around you will see or smell) can prevent the desire to socialize or leave the house — which can create loneliness and cause depression. Complications are also possible: People with severe cases can get skin rashes and irritation.

Current Citizens

The truth is; we are all citizens of the United States of Pants Wetters. We all start our lives in diapers.
So, let's show the people that are struggling with wet pants that they are not alone.


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