Since I am sitting at work right now I figured I would blog about what it’s like wearing a diaper at work while I am actually doing it. Well, I must say it’s very comforting when you first get into work and know that you have a nice fresh diaper on that will protect you the rest of the day. Plus, it provides a little bit of a cushion for those people like me that are sitting a significant portion of the day. Also, I will say I am the type of person that sort of likes to hear that crinkle sound of the diaper when you get up or walking down the hall. I find it is loud enough for me to hear but not loud enough for really others to take notice.

For those of you scared to wear to work – I would say it’s almost impossible to be caught unless you try. Now, I am sure this depends on your profession but tucking in your shirt and typical work pants or jeans are typically good enough at concealing the diaper and most of the noise while allowing you to get the satisfaction of wearing a diaper to work. If you have any questions about wearing a diaper to work then feel free to ask.

Wearing a diaper to work in my opinion almost increases productivity because it just makes you feel good and when you are comforted and feel good then I find I do my work quicker and more efficient. Not to mention the fact it saves you trips to the restroom especiall if it is not conveniently available to you (I.e right across the hall). Just my two cents though – thoughts? .

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  1. Mike B. May 20, 2009 at 9:00 pm - Reply

    Hi Adrian,
    It is a coincidence that you posted this, because I have been meaning to ask you a related question. I like Attends, just like you, but I’m curious about whether or not you think they are too loud for the office. I like the crinkle, but I doubt others would. Secondly, do you only go through one diaper in a work day? How do you pull that off? Do you use a stuffer?
    Looking forward to the next blog!
    -Mike B.

  2. michael May 20, 2009 at 9:24 pm - Reply

    cool little story, suppose theres nothing to be scared of really wearing diaper to work there so thin now there no different from wearing normal pants except for the little extra noise maybe i give it go one day

  3. Ryan May 20, 2009 at 10:03 pm - Reply

    One with incontinence would find it rather convenient and reassuring, yes, but someone that’s sexually attracted to such could get pretty, well.. distracted? It’s just my thought that it would decrease productivity for them xD. But I guess I’d say if you don’t HAVE to, save the “plewp_e” for home use ;]

  4. Darren May 20, 2009 at 11:23 pm - Reply

    Adrian,
    I know you wear both attends and bambinos. Which one do you wear to work and how often do you change at work? Who knows you wear a diaper at work? If you change at work how do you change and wear do you change? I’ve had to wear to work now for 6 years and I’m still looking for ways of diapering around work.

  5. jsp May 21, 2009 at 5:12 pm - Reply

    I work in a very small room with several other people. I was thinking that a plastic-backed diaper would be kinda loud, but I’ve noticed at home that under relatively tight pants, the rustling tends to be diminished. When wearing loose shorts, my girlfriend can always tell if I’m diapered. Less so when wearing other pants.

  6. Steve May 21, 2009 at 5:52 pm - Reply

    Adrian,
    My biggest fear when wearing to work is the possibility of leaking. Do you wear plastic pants, or just your disposable? Have you ever sprung a leak in public (work specifically)? As a 24/7 wearer how to do handle leaks?

  7. Scott May 21, 2009 at 10:32 pm - Reply

    Interesting post. Today was the first day I got up the nerve to wear a diaper to work. Although a share a open cube section (4 desks) I knew that 2 out of the other 3 people would be out, but others around my cube would be in. For those who care I am just a DL. I didn’t get overly distracted, in fact I agree with Adrian in that I was more comfortable today than usual. I only got distracted when I wet my diaper (twice) towards the end of the day. To be safe I did wear plastic pants over my diaper to ward against leaks.

    I must say it was a great experience today.

    Adrian, thanks for the great and insightful posts. Keep em up.

  8. GandV May 25, 2009 at 12:03 am - Reply

    Hi Adrian
    I have some questions about going to work diapered: do you change at work or wear diapers thick enough for the whole day? If you do have to change while at work, do you take wipes and powder to the bathroom with you? And how do you take them to the bathroom so that no-one can tell what you are up to?
    Cheers, GandV

  9. keith July 3, 2009 at 12:31 am - Reply

    I’ve worn both Depends and cloth/plastic pants when working as an EMT, with no discoveries (that anyone gave any hint of). Beside being a comfort, drinking as much coffee etc. as we did, it was quite convenient not to have to find a bathroom on the road. An ’emergency’ resupply was always available at an ER, too.

  10. babyme1234 July 3, 2009 at 11:08 pm - Reply

    I know that no one can tell I’m wearing….but I just get so nervous and selfconcious thinking everyone can tell I’m wearing. Almost becomes too distracting to do anything.

    Maybe one day I’ll get over this fear. I do work in a private cube at work, so shouldn’t really worry about it….but for some odd reason I do.

  11. ROCKER-FAN September 5, 2009 at 3:00 am - Reply

    I have worn diapers to work ever sence i started working as a privet contrator i build stuff all day and me being incontinent my hole life has better prepared me to where diapers to work all tho i do not get to sit down much when i’m working it is still comforting to me when i’m up on a ruff or on the ground working on some thing it is a part of me 100% i’m never with out a diaper .

  12. Nick Naylor January 5, 2011 at 1:43 am - Reply

    I wore diapers to work three days in a row when I once worked at a bakery. It was third shift and the other two people I worked with never once noticed.

  13. Diaperworkman May 31, 2011 at 1:20 am - Reply

    I work in construction too and in wondering what a good diaper that will last a while that won’t give me a rash?

  14. tinlizziedl June 11, 2011 at 12:56 pm - Reply

    I wear a variety of diapers, not locked into any one brand. I work in an occasionally very hot and sweaty environment (shipyard welder) and I’ve never found a brand that won’t keep me from getting a rash.

    The trick to keep from getting a rash is to keep yourself cool if possible. If not, then change the diaper more frequently and be sure to use wipes, a little lotion, and plenty of powder.

    Frequent changes get expensive really quick, but sometimes that is the price we must pay if we sweat a lot at work and do not want to deal with the irritation of a diaper rash.

    I’ve found that the expensive high-quality diapers are great if I’m not sweaty at work. If I’m in a hot tank or void thought, welding a lot, I’ll use Depends diapers since they’re much cheaper and I’m changing more often due to sweating.

    I’ll slice up the backing on the Depends men’s guards and put one of them in my diaper if I’m concerned about how much I may wet. The combo of products actually holds quite a bit and allows me to exit the space I’m in and get to a restroom for a change.

  15. tinlizziedl June 15, 2011 at 10:45 am - Reply

    Usually, one of my biggest problems is having to assume odd positions and hold them for however long it takes to run a weld bead. When people ask what I do, I occasionally tell them I am half yoga-master, half Gumby, and perform my job in positions too extreme to be seen in the Kama Sutra.

    Being male, I don’t particularly enjoy squishing some parts of my anatomy. Adding extra absorbancy helps keep me from springing a leak, but can get very uncomfortable pretty quick after I twist and turn and curl-up in a hot and smokey confined space that is difficult to get out of when wearing coveralls and a leather coat.

    Anyone else work in more manual-labor type jobs and have experienced problems like this? I’m a shipyard welder- are there any more of us here?

    I also happen to love my job, though I’ve been told by many others that I really need to find something else to do before I permanently wreck myself. Have any of you been told the same thing?

    Thank you for this post, Adrian! One of the better “real-life” topics that helps us deal with our day to day issues.

  16. cna gene January 26, 2012 at 5:17 am - Reply

    I wear diapers under my uniform to keep my incontinence under control. My employer here at the nursing home recommended I try wearing a disposable diaper called Dry 24/7. I wanted to share with your readers my experience with these diapers because they really are the best that Iv found anywhere! I work an 8hr shift here at the nursing home and my cloth diapers were just absorbent enough to last 5hrs before they would leak. I find that changing wet diapers away from the comfort of home difficult. I would prefer to wear a thicker diaper, and skip that one change at lunch and so Iv now began using these new Dry 24/7 diapers

  17. cna gene January 26, 2012 at 5:42 am - Reply

    Iv been wearing diapers to work since last year. I didnt think it was possible because I wet so heavy. My employer here at the nursing home recommended that I try wearing a new diaper called “Dry 24/7” with a booster insert pad. My cloth diapers were heavy enough to keep leakage under control for several wettings, but not for a complete 8 or 9hr shift. Changing my diapers at lunch-time was the only way I could keep leakage from becomming a problem. When the new disposable diapers with the booster inserts were delivered I noticed how thick they were and after wearing them to work that first week I quickly ordered a full case along with the boosters. No more worry about “over-wetting” my diapers at work. I have not had even a single leakage problem. The diapers are thicker than any disposables on the market, and as they get wet they get even thicker. But if you dress around this you will find that its well worth it for comfortable worry-free protection!!

  18. Clark August 12, 2013 at 11:17 am - Reply

    I too wear at work. I am not a heavy wetter but have found the depend real fit to be sufficient. They are comfy and invisible under clothes. I work outdoors so in the cold I have to wear a coverall and bathroom breaks are such a chore. Usually I don’t need a change but if I know it’s a long day ill wear Abena Abri-Flex M4’s. they are really think and a tad crinkly but nothing beats the absorbency. The tabs make changes a snap, most of the time I can wet through the day and the night before a change in the morning. They are costly but worth the investment.

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