The WORST THING You Can Do if

You're Suffering Urgent Urination

& Leakage is Nothing!

 

 

Dear Friend,

 

Nothing can ruin your night, or day, like a leaky bladder. But who really wants to wear a pad or bulky diaper? Or perform those complicated pelvic exercises? And bladder control drugs cause constipation or worse.

 

Bladder Control Will Only Get Worse...

 

Most so-called solutions to frequent urination aren’t solutions at all. Diapers and pads are bulky, uncomfortable and don’t stop leakage. Drugs to improve bladder control cause terrible side effects such as constipation and headache. Supplements are safe, but your bladder still leaks. That’s because ordinary cranberry, horsetail or uva ursi don’t strengthen the bladder muscle. But now there’s something better…

 

Brand new research published in a major medical journal confirms a NEW NATURAL SECRET can help you take back control of your bladder in as little as SEVEN DAYS.

 

Imagine sleeping through the night, waking up rested and refreshed. Or seeing the sights on a road trip instead of the rest stops. You can feel confident in your bladder again...

 

Well, I've got great news for you! New groundbreaking research has revealed an all-natural solution that helps you gain 24 hour control of your bladder. I've never been this excited about a natural bladder control solution: it's safe and more effective than anything I've ever seen!

 

Your bladder can’t wait around any longer and it doesn’t have to. You can now stop your bladder problems in its tracks in just one week!

 

You’ll discover the new natural breakthrough that can help you enjoy your life carefree for the first time in years. You can...

 

 

Just imagine how great you’ll feel when you can get out and enjoy life with family and friends instead of scouting for the nearest bathroom. But don’t take my word for it.

 

Results confirmed in clinical studies!

 

Clinical studies prove that up to 82% of women suffering from urgent, frequent urination and leakage improved control of their bladders in as little as seven days.1

 

Hi, I’m Dr. Victor Marchione, and I’m proud to say that I’ve spent more than 20 years finding the best natural solutions to my patients’ most urgent health issues. And when it comes to bladder control, don’t think for one more minute that you have to suffer through another sleepless night or give up your favorite beverages to reduce urinary frequency.

 

Meet Dr. Victor Marchione

 

Dr. Victor Marchione, M.D.

Dr. Victor Marchione

 

Dr. Victor Marchione has been practicing medicine in New York and New Jersey for over 20 years. He's been featured on ABC News and World Report. CBS Evening News with Dan Rather and the NBC Today show. He's also the editor of The Food Doctor newsletter, as well as a member of the Advisory Board for Bel Marra Health.


Dr. Marchione has also delivered dozens of lectures for hospitals and advanced medicine practices around the world, consulted for leading health care companies, created 11 clinical research studies, and has been awarded 4 different grants to help advance the treatment of health issues around the world.

 

I urge you to immediately take control of your bladder now because

 

There are some things your doctor's may not be telling you about your bladder...

 

You know that good bladder control makes it instantly easier to travel or perform daily chores such as going to the grocery store, working in the yard or picking up the dry cleaning. But did you know that good bladder control can also save you from a health disaster?

 

It’s true. Yet few doctors will ever tell you that…

 

Research from the National Institutes of Health confirms that bladder control problems are a leading cause of chronic infection and other serious health problems.

 

 

So it’s obvious that if you want to remain healthy, active and independent.

 

Bladder problems can’t be ignored any longer!

 

However, you may feel embarrassed to talk to your doctor about frequent urination and leakage

 

...you might even believe leaking when you laugh or sneeze is a normal part of aging.

 

… and that you just have to live with getting up two or three times a night to go. You’re not alone. Some doctors still think that way too! But new research shows this belief is out-dated…

 

A healthy bladder can hold up to 16 ounces of urine comfortably for up to five hours. Imagine, not going to the restroom for FIVE WHOLE HOURS! It may sound impossible but remember, that’s exactly how your bladder performed when you were young. So what happened?

 

It may surprise you to discover that your bladder is a muscle. Actually it’s a series of smooth, flexible muscle fibers arranged in circular bundles. Inside these muscles is a hollow cavity to hold urine.

 

As urine fills the bladder, the muscle swells into a round ball, like a balloon filling with air. When your bladder is full, nerves send a message to your brain to give you the urge to urinate. That’s when a bladder muscle called a detrusor pushes downward to expel urine and completely empty your bladder.

 

When your bladder and pelvic floor muscles are strong, they can handle any extra pressure from a cough, sneeze or laugh. But just like muscles in your arms or legs, bladder muscles can shrink and weaken with age. They’re also weakened by pregnancy or weight gain. And that spells trouble!

 

Once the bladder sphincter and pelvic floor muscles are weak, any sudden pressure can push urine out of the bladder unexpectedly. Your bladder detrusor can also lose strength and can’t completely empty your bladder. That’s why you feel the frequent urge to go—especially at night when you’re lying down.

 

Mayo Clinic Reports, "The strength, endurance and proper action of your pelvic floor muscles are important for bladder control."5

 

In another study, a Harvard Medical School Health publication confirmed that bladder control problems frequently get worse as you get older.6 And Dr. Linda Brubaker a professor of Urology at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine says “… as you age, it will remain a challenge and can get worse.”

 

Ordinary bladder supplements can only support your urinary tract, they can’t pump up your bladder or your pelvic floor muscles back to their youthful vigor.

 

That’s what makes this new breakthrough so remarkable. It supports your urinary tract AND strengthens your bladder and pelvic floor muscles so you can…

 

Turn Back the Clock for Your Bladder... and Go Normally!

 

Finally, a natural solution that doesn’t have you ending up in diapers or the surgery table - and works in just 7 days.

 

This amazing breakthrough is called Bladder Rescue. Its secret is the very latest clinically-tested natural bladder and pelvic muscle strengtheners. In fact, Bladder Rescue gives you the FIRST EVER natural ingredient combination documented in scientific study to dramatically reduce women’s urinary frequency and leakage day or night!

 

Besides strengthening your muscles for better control, Bladder Rescue also stops the hidden cause of muscle weakening so you can have bladder control for years to come.

 

I see so many new patients at their wits end with their urinary frequency, urgency and leakage. Because just when these women thought it was bad… it got worse. This is why it’s so important for me to inform you of this Doctor Approved formula. You no longer have to suffer in silence by yourself because there’s a clinically proven effective solution right here that’s backed up with clinical studies and ground breaking research!

 

This is especially crucial for women - there’s an invisible destroyer that is weakening your bladder muscles.

 

During menopause, your natural level of estrogen drops. This causes those terrible hot flashes and a host of other uncomfortable problems. But the biggest problem may be one you can’t feel. A loss of estrogen can silently shrink and weaken your bladder and pelvic floor muscles. That’s why bladder control problems almost always get worse after menopause.

 

And that’s what makes Bladder Rescue so unique. It provides exactly…

 

The Hormonal Help Your Aging Bladder is Missing!

 

Besides strengthening your muscles for better control, Bladder Rescue also balances estrogen levels as you age. This stops muscle weakening and restores youthful bladder control. No ordinary supplement, pad, diaper, drug or even those difficult exercises can do this.

 

And there’s so much MORE. With Bladder Rescue you’re also supporting the health of your entire urinary tract and kidneys to reduce your risk of chronic health problems. That’s why Bladder Rescue's breakthrough formula can help you to...

 

 

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This is a big advantage over bladder control drugs. They can leave you constipated, suffering dry mouth and headaches, blurred vision, memory loss and even difficult urination!

 

And as you need the drugs more, the side effects often get worse. In fact, one study shows 50% of those taking bladder control drugs stop because of nasty side effects.7

 

I know you’re thinking you’ve been through this many times - hearing about a new solution that doesn’t stick. So I’ve decided to reveal to you the...

 

 

 

Six Natural Secrets

 

of a Worry Free Bladder

 

 

I’ve seen the worry and inconvenience that bladder control problems can cause in daily life. I’ve seen women skip movies, luncheons, trips, even afternoon walks through the park out of fear of not making it to the bathroom in time. I understand the embarrassment of relying on pads or diapers to avoid an accident. I’ve also seen the side effects of prescription bladder control drugs.

 

That’s why I’m excited to tell you that I’ve finally uncovered natural solutions that offer better, safer long-term results other than supplements.

 

Other bladder control supplements only support the health of your urinary tract. They can’t strengthen the bladder and pelvic floor muscles because they don’t contain all six of these key ingredients in the right amounts. And it’s why the scientists at Bel Marra and I developed Bladder Rescue. It’s helping my patients and readers reduce frequent urination and leakage in as little as seven days. Here’s how…

 

Natural Bladder Control Secret #1:

The Bladder and Pelvic Floor Strengthener

 

Native Americans used certain seeds as medicine to 'facilitate passage of urine.' And for centuries across Europe these seeds were highly valued for providing essential minerals, amino acids and antioxidants shown to support the bladder muscle. Yet today these seeds are forgotten. We often throw them in the trash and eat the fruit they come from instead!

 

I’m talking about pumpkins. Yes, the pumpkin is really a fruit. And its seeds are terrific for your bladder.

 

pumpkin seeds

pumpkin seeds

You may have heard doctors recommend complicated exercises called Kegels to improve pelvic floor muscle strength and bladder control. Now, research shows a pumpkin seed extract does the hard work for you, with even better results!

 

Research shows a pumpkin seed extract exerts an anabolic or tissue-building effect on the pelvic floor by making testosterone more available to strengthen pelvic muscles.8

 

In an eight week clinical study of women, this new pumpkin seed extract worked far better at strengthening the bladder and urinary tract. As a result, it slashed frequent urination and leakage up to 57%.

 

Nighttime urinations were reduced by 50%, from two times a night to one!

 

Natural Bladder Control Secret #2:

Asia’s Estrogen Regulator

 

In Asia this food has been treasured for centuries for the creation and maintenance of good health. No doubt you've heard how the superfood soy encourages a woman’s bone health, fights inflammation and promotes a healthy heart. That’s because it’s rich in essential minerals, folic acid, vitamin K and special isoflavones that protect against free radical damage and balance hormones.

 

Why Asian Women Don’t Suffer Bladder Problems

 

Asian women have a secret that has kept them virtually free of bladder control problems for hundreds, perhaps thousands of years.

 

All across Asia, every single day, women consume soy. They eat soy products such as tofu, miso, and tempeh.

 

The soy isoflavones in these foods keep their estrogen levels in healthy balance, even far into menopause. The wonderful result? A strong healthy bladder.

 

In fact, clinical studies confirm women in Asia enjoy better bladder control than American women. One study showed that women in the United States are three times more likely to suffer urinary problems than those in Asia.13

 

And when researchers tracked Japanese women who live in the U.S., they found those who continued to eat their native diet enjoyed dramatically lower risk of bladder control problems. And this was no ordinary study, but the Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN).28

 

Soy isoflavones do an extraordinary job of bringing estrogen levels back to health. That’s because soy isoflavone’s chemical structure resembles human estrogen. Soy isoflavones have been the subject of thousands of studies published in leading medical journals and books over the past several decades.

 

As you lose estrogen, research reported in the book, 'The Wisdom of Menopause' shows soy isoflavones pick up the slack and attach to estrogen receptors. This can dramatically decrease the weakening of tissues like the bladder sphincter and improve bladder control. As a result, women experience fewer urinary symptoms.

 

This is why Asians don’t have bladder problems like we do!

 

While eating soy can help over the long-term, it won’t give you the best results in the short term. Neither will an ordinary soy isoflavone supplement. However, combine one special soy germ isoflavone extract with water-soluble pumpkin seed extract and we’ve got a winner!

 

This special soy germ isoflavone water-soluble pumpkin seed extract was pioneered by Japanese scientists. It works like nothing I’ve ever seen before - three clinical trials document success (the gold standard in clinical research).

 

In a clinical study, within just seven days, 80% of the women reported a dramatic reduction in urinary frequency and leakage.9

 

Natural Bladder Control Secret #3:

The Bladder Relaxer

 

You’ve learned how bladder leakage can result from a weak bladder muscle. It can also happen because of a muscle spasm in your bladder. Yes, just like your leg muscle cramps so can your bladder muscle.

 

According to research published by Harvard Medical School the spasms occur in a part of your bladder called the detrusor muscle. And instead of feeling a painful cramp, you feel wet and embarrassed from leakage.10

 

That’s why soothing and relaxing your detrusor muscle is one of the most important things you can do to regain control of your bladder. Unfortunately, drugs that treat bladder spasm often have many unpleasant side effects such as dry mouth, blurry vision and heart palpitations. Which is why I recommend vinpocetine.

 

periwinkle

periwinkle plant

Vinpocetine is an all-natural extract from the periwinkle plant. Even a very small dose has been shown to have the amazing ability to naturally relax the smooth muscle of your bladder without any harsh side effects.

 

Medical science shows your detrusor muscle can contract when there’s too much of an enzyme called phosphodiesterase isoenzyme (pronounced phos•pho•di•es•ter•ase iso-en-zyme) or PDE-1. Researchers found that vinpocetine relaxes the smooth bladder muscle by blocking PDE-1 in both animal and human studies.11

 

Initial human clinical data from Europe shows vinpocetine can even help 'hopeless' patients reduce urgency, frequency and leakage.12 A small trial in Germany in patients who did not respond to drug treatment produced some very exciting results. An incredible 58% experienced improvements during bladder function tests provided by urologists. These patients reported:

 

 

Doctors across Europe have recommended vinpocetine to women for years to improve bladder control. After more than two decades of use, it’s confirmed safe and well tolerated.14

 

Natural Bladder Control Secret #4:

The Bladder Balancer

 

magnesium

magnesium

I’ve often marveled at how many of the most astonishing discoveries in medicine are made by accident. In this case, researchers followed women who took the mineral magnesium to relieve calf muscle cramps.

 

Surprisingly, the women also remarked how the treatment helped their bladder symptoms, relieving the urgent need to go during the day. And it helped at night too, reducing the incidence of nighttime accidents!

 

In fact, the evidence for magnesium enabling better bladder control is so overwhelming that the Journal of American Medical Association reports magnesium is “effective treatment for urge [urination]” Even a report in Family Practice News encourages sufferers of urinary problems to take supplements.

 

Most American adults ingest about 270mg of magnesium a day, according to the US Department of Health and Human Services. That’s well below the RDA and enough to create a substantial deficiency over months and years.15 16

 

I believe one reason for widespread deficiency is the type of supplements. You should know that the most common form of magnesium in vitamin supplements, magnesium oxide, is tough for your body to absorb. That’s why I formulated Bladder Rescue with magnesium citrate, shown in clinical study to be the most bioavailable (easily absorbable) form.17

 

Natural Bladder Control Secret #5:

Prevent Bacterial Adhesions

 

When you’re suffering urinary frequency and leakage, bacteria are your biggest enemy. That’s because as a result of a weak bladder muscle, you’re not completely emptying your bladder. Any time urine is left to stagnate in the bladder, your chance of infection increases.

 

Next to respiratory infections, urinary tract infections (UTI's) are the most commonly occurring infections in women according to the National Institutes of Health.18 A whopping four out of five women who get a UTI will experience another such infection during their life time!

 

When it comes to your urinary tract, getting rid of bacteria BEFORE they cause infection is key. That’s why you need to know about the amazing American cranberry.

 

cranberries

cranberries

Modern science now confirms what Native Americans knew over a hundred years ago: cranberries fight bacteria! Native Americans used cranberries to cure meats, dress injuries and treat arrow wounds.

 

New results of a landmark study at Harvard Medical School show regular use of cranberry juice significantly reduces bacterial growth in the urinary tract.19

 

Scientists originally believed cranberry juice acidified the urine, stopping the growth of bacteria. But instead of acidifying urine, a study published in the Journal Urology shows cranberry stops bacteria from adhering to urinary tract walls. Especially e-coli which is responsible for many UTI’s!20

 

Another study in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) confirmed cranberry reduced bacteria counts in the urinary tracts of at - risk women.21

 

Even if you like cranberry juice, that could be a problem because cranberry juice cocktail contains only 27% cranberry juice the remainder is flavored, sweetened water!

 

The super-sweetened juice gives you extra calories and worst of all, the sugar is food for bacteria in your urinary tract - the very bacteria you’re trying to get rid of. Plus, if you’re worried about your blood sugar, then juice is out of the question.

 

That’s why I always recommend Bladder Rescue.

 

It delivers a highly concentrated cranberry extract standardized for potency without any added sugar, preservatives or additives. And it’s far easier than guzzling juice.

 

Natural Bladder Control Secret #6:

The Bladder and Pelvic Floor Revitalizers

 

Ordinary bladder supplements frequently leave out essential vitamins in favor of more, often unproven, herbs. That’s bad news for your bladder and pelvic floor - and your desire for better bladder control. I’m talking about essential vitamin C, vitamin B12, and vitamin D.

 

Unfortunately, research shows many multi-vitamins don’t deliver enough or the right kind of these three essential vitamins that your bladder and pelvic floor muscles need for normal, healthy urination. So those daily multi-vitamins may be contributing to your bladder problems.

 

vitamin D

Vitamin D

Research published in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey examined 1,961 women. They found those with vitamin D levels in the normal range (above 30 mg/ML) experienced a 45% reduction in risk of urinary leakage.22 Another study in the Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism found vitamin D works in strengthening the bladder’s all important detrusor muscle.23

 

Then there’s vitamin C... many people fail to consume enough vitamin C to realize its health benefits according to dietary intake data. That’s because vitamin C is not stored in the body. Even though it’s found in a variety of fruits and vegetables, it’s depleted by cooking.

 

Vitamin C

Vitamin C

Dozens of studies have confirmed what Nobel prize-winning scientist Dr. Linus Pauling discovered more than five decades ago: vitamin C protects your cells from free radical damage and supports a healthy bladder.24

 

Recent research shows you need more vitamin B12 to support bladder control. Three studies confirmed symptoms of B12 deficiency include frequent, urgent urination and leakage.25

 

Vitamin B12

Vitmamin B12

One study in the prestigious Journal of Gerontology found that a lack of vitamin B12 can increase your risk of bladder leakage more than two-fold, the equivalent of a diuretic!26 But most important, supplementing with vitamin B12 has been shown in research in the leading Journal Urology to support bladder control.

 

That’s why Bladder Rescue gives you 100% or more of the recommended daily dose of highly absorbable vitamin D3, vitamin C and vitamin B12 shown in these scientific studies to promote bladder control. Just two capsules a day gives you everything you need to help support urinary tract health and twenty four hour bladder control.27

 

So there you have it! six incredible reasons why Bladder Rescue is the right formula for you!

 

  • A doctor-developed formula
  • 8 of the latest clinically tested natural bladder strengtheners
  • Superior quality ingredients manufactured in a GMP (good manufacturing practices) facility
  • Safe, no harsh side-effects
  • Just two capsules a day is all you need!

 

Bladder Rescue every day is the easiest, most effective way to strengthen the bladder and reduce frequent, urgent urination and leakage.

 

Stop Suffering In Silence and Take Back Control Today!

 

You confide in your closest friends about so many things - career stress, your grandchildren, an argument with your spouse, illness or joint pain. But if you’re like most women, there’s one thing you would never admit to anyone else – your bladder control issues.

 

Bladder Rescue gives you natural bladder strengthening ingredients clinically researched to dramatically reduce a woman’s frequent urination and leakage day or night in as little as seven days. An astonishing 82% of women studied report 'marked improvement.'

 

Bladder Rescue can help you take back control of your bladder - even when bladder supplements have failed. Its unique ingredients help strengthen your bladder and pelvic floor muscles.

 

And it helps balance your estrogen levels, eliminating the cause of muscle weakening so you can enjoy youthful bladder control for years to come.

 

I see too many women whose quality of life is deeply affected by a problem bladder. The inconvenient bathroom trips… the sleepless nights… the embarrassing leakage… and those humiliating pads and diapers. It’s so frustrating and needs to stop now!

 

Once you’ve tried Bladder Rescue, you’ll remember how easy and enjoyable life was before the days of urgent urination and dashing for a bathroom. And yes, there's something you should know. When you order Bladder Rescue, you get two free gifts that have been designed to improve your health:


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So the only question is, when are you going to try Bladder Rescue for yourself?

 

My advice: take Bladder Rescue now! Even if it’s for 30 days. If you’re not completely satisfied… if you don’t enjoy fewer trips to the bathroom… better sleep… less leakage … and a more active lifestyle … send back the unopened bottles for a full and complete refund—no questions asked.

 

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In Good Health,

 

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Victor Marchione, MD

 

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Disclaimer:

The information contained herein is for information purposes only and is not to be construed as a diagnosis, treatment, preventive, or cure for any disease, disorder, or abnormal physical state, nor should it be considered a substitute for medical care from your doctor. On any matter relating to your health or well-being—and prior to undertaking any health-related activity—consult an appropriate health professional. The opinions herein are exactly that, they are the opinions of the author. Bel Marra Health and its employees are not responsible for medically unsupervised activities that could be harmful to your health.

 

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Copyright © 2013. The information contained herein is not to be construed as medical advice or instruction. On any matter relating to your health or well-being, please check with an appropriate health professional. Information herein, while believed to be correct by the author, is not guaranteed as accurate or appropriate for all persons. Testimonials are from real users of Bladder Rescue. To protect our customers privacy, stock photos have been used for all customer testimonials. No statement ­herein is to be construed as a diagnosis, treatment, preventive, or cure for any disease, disorder, or abnormal physical state. Statements herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Victor Marchione is compensated by Bel Marra Health for his work in formulating and endorsing this product.