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Don't let your overactive bladder dictate your schedule - take control with the Flotrol Natural Bladder Control and Support supplement. Promoting bladder health and your quality of life with Flotrol Bladder Control Formula. Bladder and urinary tract health can have emotional, psychological and social effects. Take steps now to maintain bladder and urinary tract health with Flotrol for Men and Women.
All natural bladder support formulated especially for mature adults
Features soy extract plus pumpkin seed extracts
Ingredients that have been shown to be safe and effective
A normal bladder has a capacity of 400 to 500 milliliters. During normal urination, ring like bands of muscles known as sphincters relax or contract to either stop or start the flow of urine. During urination, the bladder walls contract or relax as well. It is important to keep these muscles toned and strong as we age for optimal urinary and bladder health.
The Flotrol Bladder Control Formula can help strengthen these muscles while also having a unique calming effect on the bladder. It is a combination of soy germ extract and lipid-free pumpkin seed extract. Soy is considered to be beneficial for maintaining a healthy bladder. The use of pumpkin seed dates back to 16th century when it was used for urinary tract health.
In a clinical study, subjects were given a tablet that contained a combination of pumpkin seed and soybean germ extracts over a period of several weeks. Measurements were taken for frequency of urination during the day and night, any emergency episodes and the degree of satisfaction. Marked improvement in urinary tract health and quality of life was shown after the first week with further improvement after the second week and, compared with the pretrial observational period, continued to improve throughout week six.
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