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New Bladder Control Pill Sales May Surpass Adult Diapers By 2021

Drug-free discovery works, say doctors. Many adults ditching diapers and pads for clinical strength pill that triggers day and night bladder support.

- By T.J. Roberts

INM — Over 150,000 doses have shipped to bladder sufferers so far, and sales continue to climb every day for the ‘diaper replacing’ new pill called BladderMax.

“We knew we had a great product, but it’s even exceeded our expectatio­ns,” said Keith Graham, Manager of Call Center Operations for BladderMax.

“People just keep placing orders, it’s pretty amazing,” he said.

But a closer look at this new bladder control sensation suggests that maybe the company shouldn’t have been caught off guard by its success.

There are very good reasons for BladderMax’s surging popularity.

To begin with, clinical studies show BladderMax not only reduces embarrassi­ng bladder leakages quickly, but also works to strengthen and calm the bladder for lasting relief.

Plus, at just $2 per daily dose, it’s very affordable. This may be another reason why American diaper companies are starting to panic over its’ release.

“With daily use, BladderMax offers day and night bladder control relief without side effects,” says Diane Lewis, Chief Researcher for BladderMax.

“And seniors in clinical studies reported a higher quality of life in just days as a result of needing less diapers. That’s why so many doctors nationwide are now recommendi­ng it to patients,” added Lewis.


BladderMax contains a proprietar­y compound with a known ability to reduce stress, urgency, and overflow leakages in seniors suffering from overactive bladder.

This compound is not a drug. It is the active ingredient in BladderMax.

Studies show it naturally strengthen­s the bladder’s muscle tone while relaxing the urination muscles resulting in a decrease in sudden urgency.

Many sufferers enjoy a reduction in bathroom trips both day and night. Others are able to get back to doing the things they love without worrying about embarrassi­ng leakages.

“I couldn’t sit through a movie without having to go to the bathroom 3-4 times,” says Theresa Johnson of Deluth, GA. “but since using BladderMax I can not only sit through a movie, but I can drive on the freeway to another city without having to immediatel­y go to the bathroom.”

With so much positive feedback, it’s easy to see why sales for this newly approved bladder pill continue to climb every day.


The 6 week clinical study was carried out by scientists in Japan. The results were published in the Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceut­ical Science in 2001.

The study involved seniors who suffered from frequent and embarrassi­ng bladder leakages. They were not instructed to change their daily routines. They were only told to take BladderMax’s active ingredient every day.

The results were incredible.

Taking BladderMax’s active ingredient significan­tly reduced both sudden urges to go and embarrassi­ng urine leakages compared to the placebo.

In fact, many experience­d a 79% reduction in embarrassi­ng accidents when coughing, sneezing, laughing or physical activity at 6 weeks.

They also enjoyed a 39% decrease in daytime trips to the bathroom, and a 68% decrease in nighttime trips.

With these studies medical doctors and researcher­s have now proven BladderMax to be a clinically effective treatment for reducing embarrassi­ng bladder leakages and incontinen­ce.

The findings are impressive, no doubt, but results will vary.

But with results like these it’s easy to see why thousands of callers are jamming the phone lines trying to get their hands on BladderMax.


Studies show that as many as one in six adults over age 40 suffers from an overactive bladder and embarrassi­ng leakages.

“Losing control of when and how we go to the bathroom is just an indication of a weakening of the pelvic muscles caused by age-related hormonal changes,” says Lewis.

“It happens in both men and women, and it is actually quite common.”

The natural compound found in BladderMax contains the necessary ingredient­s needed to help strengthen bladder muscles to relieve urgency, while reducing frequency.

Plus, it helps relax bladder muscles allowing for complete emptying of the bladder.

This proprietar­y compound is known as


And with over 17 years of medical use there have been no adverse side effects reported.

This is a bonus for incontinen­ce sufferers who have been taking prescripti­on and over the counter medication­s that can cause dry mouth and constipati­on.

This seems to be another reason why BladderMax’s release has triggered such a frenzy of sales.


“Many of my patients used to complain that coughing, sneezing or even getting up quickly from a chair results in wetting themselves and they fear becoming a social outcast,” reports Dr. Clifford James M.D. “But BladderMax changes all that.”

“BladderMax effectivel­y treats urinary disorders, specifical­ly overactive bladder,” said Dr. Christie Wilkins, board certified doctor of natural medicine.

“I use BladderMax everyday for my overactive bladder. I also have my sister and mother taking it regularly as well,” said Dr. Jennifer Freeman, G.P. from NY.


Users of BladderMax report incredible results. That’s why it comes with an equally incredible guarantee.

“There’s only one reason why we can offer such a guarantee,” said Kyle Harris, Founder of BladderMax. “It works for those who use it. It’s as simple as that,” he added.

Here’s how it works: Take the pill exactly as directed. Then follow the simple instructio­ns. You must be thrilled and amazed as your bladder control greatly improves.

Otherwise, return the product as directed and you’ll receive double your money back!


This is the official release of BladderMax and so for a limited time, the company is offering a special discount supply to our readers. An Order Hotline has been set up for our readers to call, but don’t wait. The special offer will not last forever. All you have to do is call TOLL FREE 1-800-614-4873. The company will do the rest.

As new pill gains popularity, products like these will become unnecessar­y.

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