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Marlee Septak


Marlee is the Senior Content Specialist at Aeroflow Urology. She brings a deep understanding of incontinence and health conditions associated with it to her writing. Her passion lies in collaborating with organizations dedicated to improving the world, such as the Awareness Film Festival, The Borgen Project, and Aeroflow Health.

A graduate of Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism, Marlee has actively contributed to various publications, including Borgen Magazine, Echo Magazine, Chicago Ideas Week, Assuaged, Inc., and Peaceful Dumpling. Through her work, she has demonstrated a keen awareness of health issues, particularly those related to incontinence.

In her free time, Marlee enjoys traveling, trying out new restaurants, and immersing herself in the world of literature. Her diverse experiences and commitment to health-related causes underscore her expertise in the field of incontinence.

Down Syndrome, Delayed Potty Training, & Incontinence

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Down syndrome is linked to delayed potty training and in some cases, incontinence. Learn how to get your little one potty trained easily!

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Q & A With Daily Autism Family! Plus 8 Ways to Help Kids With Autism & Incontinence

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Managing autism already comes with its own set of unique challenges. On top of that, children with autism are more likely to have incontinence. Autism and incontinence may seem overwhelming at first, but there are proven ways to manage autism in incontinence without having to make drastic changes to your daily routine.

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Are Sexual Assault & Incontinence Related? Exploring the Connection

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Pelvic floor disorders may develop in people who have survived sexual assault. Identify symptoms and find the causes behind them with tips from our Medical Advisor. 

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Don’t Lose Your Free Incontinence Products! How to Keep Medicaid & CHIP Coverage Active

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Learn how to keep your Medicaid or CHIP coverage active so you continue to receive proper care from your doctors, low-cost prescriptions, and free incontinence products with Aeroflow Urology.

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How to Manage Multiple Sclerosis & Incontinence

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Multiple Sclerosis (MS), urinary incontinence, and fecal incontinence are often seen together in those affected by the condition, but why? And what can you do to help manage the side effects of MS and incontinence? Read this post to find out.

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13 Tips to Train Your Bladder to Empty Completely

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Feel like you don't spend enough time using the restroom? Use these 13 tips when going to make sure your bladder is completely empty. Doing so will help you avoid problems like UTIs, damaged bladder muscles, and even kidney failure. 

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Are Diapers FSA / HSA Eligible?

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The cost of incontinence products makes it nearly impossible for many individuals with bladder and bowel control conditions to purchase them out of pocket. Luckily, Aeroflow offers high-quality protective products eligible for FSA and HSA.

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Can High Blood Pressure Cause Bladder Problems?

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High blood pressure comes with many side effects that need to be managed, and one such side effect that you might not know about is urinary incontinence. Find out how blood pressure medications can lead to symptoms like urinary leakage.

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How Do Eating Disorders Affect Bladder Control? Exploring the Connection & Treatments

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Nearly 30 million Americans will experience an eating disorder in their lifetime. The side effects of eating disorders extend to the entire body, including the urinary system. Discover how eating disorders affect bladder control.

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Does Syphilis Cause Urinary Problems?

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Syphilis, a sexually transmitted infection (STI), is on the rise. Common symptoms include sores, rash, and a lesser-known side effect: Urinary problems.

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