Lets talk about a topic that rarely gets discussed. How often do I change or have my diaper changed. I know this can be variable depending on your situation but I will let you know my thoughts on the matter.
Since I wear 24/7 naturally I am going to change my diaper more than most people…or so you would think.
On average I change my diaper about 2–3 times a day…usually just twice unless I have a day where my bowels are moving more or I consumed a lot of fluids. But, I try to use the diaper for what it is and not just wet it a little and change out of it.
But, I also do not flood the diaper and have it weighing 5 pounds and just hanging on me. I notice a lot of people try to test the limits for whatever reason. Honestly, I feel that actually takes away from the “babyish” factor of it all because babies don’t sit in a flooded diaper all day. Honestly, that would be uncomfortable and borderline annoying.
One of my biggest pet peaves is sitting around in a messy diaper. Don’t get me wrong – I do like the feeling sometimes because it does feel “babyish” but then after about 15 minutes or so then I am like OK I want to be changed and in a fresh diaper. Usually Peter is pretty good about checking me if I smell or he can pick up on some of my idiosyncracies when I mess my diaper. So, I must thank him for that!
I know some people like hanging out in a messy diaper all day – but honestly that is not my style. Its babyish and what not for a short bit and then it just gets sort of uncomfortable and sometimes the smell can be overwhelming. Being the neat freak that I am – this is obviously not enjoyable for me after awhile.
Wearing diapers 24/7 you would think I would start depreciating the experience of diapers…but actually it is the exact opposite. It has made me who I am today and I appreciate it everyday. It makes me unique. I still to this day love the feeling of diapers, the comfort and just everything that comes along with it. That is not to say there are some days when I am just frustrated in general and a specific circumstance arises and I get annoyed.
One example would probably be I had already had my diaper changed 3 times that day – 2 messy diapers and 1 wet. But, we had gone to the mall because I thought I was feeling better and up to it. I was annoyed that day already – Peter had annoyed me on something and of course I have another fricken messy accident in my diaper and I had to be changed. So, Peter and I had to find a family restroom to change me in and we had to wait for someone to finish up before we could go in – we were already in a rush, I was annoyed with him from earlier. I have days like that sometimes – but usually it has nothing to do with wearing diapers in general.
I say that if you are going to wear a diaper – especially one like a Bambino Diaper or Abena Abri-form diaper – then actually use it enough to make the diaper worth it instead of just “dribbling” in it and then changing it. And, please don’t sit around in a messy diaper all day – its just going to become uncomfortable!
I pooped in my diaper about an hour ago, and I immediately changed into a clean diaper. Depending on what I do, I may wait a little before I change into a clean diaper. If I pee in my diaper, I’ll wait a little before I change. If I poop, I immediately change into a clean dry diaper.
been wearing thick cloth diapers all my life and it works for me, i understand its not for every one ! its a personal choice ! . but for me cloth and plastic pants are best for me lucky for me there are places i can get great quality cloth diapers and plastic pants from MOMMYS-NURSERY ON EBAY . she started diapersrus over 30 years ago. before all theses others. and over all she’s a nice lady. give her a try
I agree. I’d wear cloth diapers if I had someone to help change. Most of the time I wear disposable diapers. If it works for you, go for it. 🙂
When i wear a diaper, i wet it as my need to pee arises so i can get my moneys worth out of it. I usually wear a Bambino or Cushie with a booster, so it usually holds about 5-7 actual wettings (not beer induced floods). I enjoy the feel of a wet diaper, so i will stay in the same diaper until its about to leak, which gives me about 18 hours until i need to change. I have skin like iron, so the only way for me to get a diaper rash would be to stay in the same wet diaper for maybe 36 hours and i dont believe it would last that long.
Sorry, I couldn’t do that, I would get very upset, and want to change into a fresh, clean diaper after a while (half an hour or 45 minutes after I wet and/or mess my diaper). I’m like Adrian, I have to change more often because when I was a baby and toddler, I had to be changed more often than normal babies because of problems I had.
I change mine usually 2-3 times a day or 3-4 times depending if I have a stomach bug or consumed to much liquid.
Yup! I use mine to the fullest or to where it starts to get too puffy, squishy or saggy is not my thing. Plus, I don’t want to risk a leak. I don’t mess mine unless its a true accident like my OAB accidents. When I’ve messed I change immediately!
I change my wet diaper or am changed by my wife in the morning as we are getting ready for the day. If i poop in my diaper due to my IBS then I change right away to avoid diaper rash which I have had too many times. I do enjoy my diaper changes and like Adrian like to feel babyish in a messy diaper as long as it is not too long.
I wish I was lucky enough to have someone to change my diapers. I live with parents who don’t like having an adult who wears diapers, so I have little choice but to change my own damn diapers, whether it’s wet or messy.
Most of the time, I change out of my soaked night diaper before showering for the day, but on the weekends I often change into a fresh diaper for the morning or through the day. When our kids are away, my wife likes to keep me diapered around the house. There is nothing better than being in a diaper that is soaked or messy and seeing my wife with a fresh diaper and baby wipes in her hands knowing what is coming next – it makes me feel very babyish.
Being changed by someone else is faster and easier,
I agree having a girlfriend or wife helps wen your diaper needs to be changed, i’s hard and frustrating when you have to change it yourself.
Sad to say but I eather have to do my changing on a clock schedule or wait to be checked and change by a care taker since I can not tell when I am wet or soild unless I flood or smell really bad. But oh well I go threw on average about 3 to 5 a day some times more some times less… Really sad thing is there are days that I wish I never had to wear a diaper… Are there any others out there that feel that way sometimes & if yes how do you cope????
There are some days that I miss things associated with not wearing a diaper or pull-up 24×7…like my wife reaching down the front of my pants or spontaneously going at it wherever we are. Even a pull-up can dampen the mood.
My incontinence is a result of nerve damage to my neck and back and the move into diapers all the time came gradually, but quickly enough. There were times we would have to leave parties because I had soaked through my underwear and jeans after going to the bathroom. There were the unexpected accidents, avoiding stores that didn’t have a restroom, avoiding big stores where I may be too far away to fully hold it, limiting errand runs to 2 hours or less, etc. Then there was the fun of falling asleep on our couch and waking up drenched. Thank God they are leather.
I was depressed for a long time, then mad, then slowly accepting, then finally OK with it but it took about 3 years. Now, I will have an accident in a store and laugh inside at all the people who really have to go but won’t use the store bathroom :). However, it’s much like the stages of mourning. It takes time. Also, it took the acceptance of my wife who has supported me throughout this and even got me wearing Bambinos for fun!
My coping mechanism is simple: if doctors hadn’t caught my stenosis I could be paralyzed right now and wearing diapers anyway. Now, I can work out, enjoy time with my wife, etc. So, voluntary use of diapers vs. involuntary use for me helps me cope. Life could be a lot worse than having to wear diapers, and honestly I’m starting to enjoy the feeling….
I don’t need diapers for medical purposes, I’ve never had any problems wetting my pants or the bed. I usually wore diapers anytime I can’t make it to the restroom to pee, and in some cases, to poop. If I’m on a long road trip between Seattle to Spokane, Washington and I don’t want to stop at a rest stop to pee, I wear diapers. Or if I’m watching a movie, and I don’t want to get up in the middle of the movie to pee, I wear diapers. I think I’m lucky in that sense. After I’ve peed or pooped in my diapers, I just change into a clean, dry diaper. I have always preferred diapers any day over pull-ups 🙂
I wet probably as often as the average toddler–that is to say, I go through anywhere from three to six (yes, *six*) diapers in a 14-hour period, including the cloth one I wear at night. (I have OAB and usually do not empty my bladder completely when I wet).
Pooping is seldom a problem, as I have fairly good bowel control and can use the toilet for that (with the exception of those days that my stools are especially loose).
Unfortunately, I don’t change as often as I should–but when you have days in which you wet FIVE MINUTES after changing into a dry diaper, you can see how frustrating it can be trying to change in a timely manner.
I usually can go through about 2-3 a day depending on what iv eaten. I have croans disease, so a lot of the time, especially in the morning I can accedently mess myself soon after haveing changed out of my night time diaper. It can get very frustrateing. I normally wear plastic backed depends with tabs. I can’t afford bambinos or Abu Cushies (my personal favorites) because it would cost a small fortune with how often I wear them
I agree with u 100% there is nothing i can add to what u said cause u covered and ur right
Since I am a recreational user and therefore, don’t wear diapers out of necessity I can’t quantify my diaper changing pattern. The best response I can give is that I will use my diaper to the point that I think I am at risk for leaking. The wet spot usually is at the juncture of the back of my diaper and my butt and occurs when I sit down. I am currently in my office (plan to leave early today) and my diaper is moderately wet, so I think I can wait until I get home to change. I also enjoy the feelings associated with messing my diaper and will sometimes remain in the messy diaper for about two hours when my wife is not home. Unrelated to this topic, perhaps you all know that Duct Tape now comes in a variety of wonderful prints and designs and you can transform a store brand conventional adult diaper to a designer brand diaper with little expense. Have a good weekend and “go Dayton Flyers”, my undergraduate alma mater.
I guess I am one of the lucky ones I have had to wear a diaper 24/7 for over 12 years now due to prostrate cancer as my controll never came fully back they gave me collinge shots up my penis and that would only help for about a month, then I had to go on a walker due to a hospital screw up on a hip replacement I lost my siatiac nerve in my right leg so getting to a bathroom is sometimes a wet experiance. I have been lucky as I only usually change once a day and I prefer Tena pull ups I tried diapers but with the pull ups it may save a soaking due to the walker.
I am usually quite wet in the morning, but the double cloth diapers keep my skin comfortable enough that I can sleep through the night. I will usually not have any feeling of a need to pee at night, and sometimes flood if I had a lot to drink before bedtime. I get into another cloth diaper after my shower, or a X-plus if I’m going to the office so I don’t need to change (usually…). If I’m expecting to be out 3-4 hours or less, and I’m wearing a dress, I will usually wear a cloth diaper, which is most comfortable for me. There’s usually a change early afternoon and “maybe” 6ish. If I can make it comfortably until 7, I usually get into my nightie and double diapers. I prefer a nightie over PJs as it provides a degree of modesty that I need in front of my family. So, I guess the number for me is 3-4 times. I learned a VALUABLE lesson about diaper rash and infections. If I’m wet enough to be uncomfortable, I change. I continue to treat a minor skin infection that simply won’t go away. Being wet there is irritating, and it’s difficult to stay dry in this particular location. Prescription creams help but the rash lingers! Stay dry – for your skin sake!
Since cloth diapers are your preference, allow me to make a suggestion for a little more discreet absorbency and added comfort in your warmer climate. I shall assume that you wear fitted or contoured cloth diapers, and to make them more absorbent place a disposable incontintent pad inside the diaper. They come in a variety of absorbency levels so you can pick which level would best suit your needs for a particular occassion or outing. Rather than plastic pants I would recommend that you try Duratex waterproof nylon pants. They are light weight and “breathable” and check Duraline Medical Products for them at http://www.dmponline.com. Also adult PUL pants are “breathable” and come in various colors and cute prints at Changingtimesdiaperco.com. They also have a new product, a Taffeta Pant that I just ordered but have not received yet so I cannot attest to their quality or abilty to provide more air circulation for you. These suggestions might help with your recent skin irritation problems.
Thank you Frank.
I have tried Abena boosters inside cloth on occasion.
I use diapers from adult cloth diaper – day and night weights. I’m very slender but wide hips. My thighs are slender which allows me to wear standard pre-folds without affecting my walk. The bulk between my legs works well to absorb wetness.
My skin irritation is mostly in private areas that tend to stay damp. During the day at home, I have been going without plastic pants when my leakage isn’t real bad, which doesn’t seem to help. Disposables seem to make the irritation worse as that area is damper and doesn’t wick away real well. I use Abene x-plus with plastic back. Cloth back diapers don’t seem to help. Using Abena boosters with the disposable seems to help a lot, but cloth diapers seem to be as good at much less cost.
I do want to try different plastic (waterproof) pants though. Thanks for the suggestions and interest!
I am sorry to say that I have just read your post and it sounds like you are having an allergic reaction to eather your wipes or you may have a glutin allergy…
I have been in diapers since Thursday evening after my most recent flare up of IBS due to a late night Mexican dinner (I should have known better). I stayed home from work on Friday because my stomach and lower GI were really sore. I stayed in diapers to minimize the pain of holding back and had messy diapers three times that day. I did not stay in them too long to reduce the likelihood of diaper rash, which was wise considering I am still diapered on Sunday. I have been going through about 5 diapers a day since Friday and am starting to feel better now. I will stay diapered through tomorrow morning at a minimum and see how I feel on Monday morning.
Yeah this weekend hasn’t great for me either I got food poisoned from eating some thai food for lunch yesterday and my stomach has been punching my bowels eversince yesterday I’ve gone through 9 diapers since lunch yesterday hopefully i’ll start feeling better by morning before I go back to work.
I went through so many diapers over the last few days it is time to reload on a new supply of bambino Teddys and Bellissimos. I may order a mixed case of the Teddys, Classicos and Biancos too.
It’s always better to order and have extra on hand. Bambino does not always stay in stock. I wish they would make the Teddy’s as thick as the Bellissimo though. Hope your feeling much better too!
I agree, I ALWAYS have a well stocked supply of pampers, nighttime diapers. I will NEVER run out.
Adrian, what I would like to know is how we can do something about the smell of a wet or even poopy diaper when we are out in public. I have gotten comfortable wearing diapers in public but feel worried about people being able to smell my diaper. Any suggestions from you or other people would be great. Thank you.
There really isn’t much you can do for a messy diaper honestly. Change it quickly. I mean I am not unrealistic and can’t perform magic – if I mess my diaper – well then we typically try to find a place to change fairly quickly. I don’t like to exploit other people and make them smell a stinky diaper. Thicker clothing maybe – might help keep the smell in some – or plastic pants may help? Lots of baby powder?
I wear plastic pants over my diapers when I know that messy diapers are likely and they seem to help. I agree that a quick diaper change is the best solution to minimize the smell of a poopy diapers – that comes with lots of experience.
I agree wit you Mike, change your poopy diaper asap so the smell doesn’t affect the people.
That’s a good question. I’m certainly open to suggestions. The pee smell isn’t so bad, but the poo smell can smell like shit. If there was a way to get rid of the smell as a result, I’d use it.
Lots of powder usually helps sometimes, and plastic pants help keep the smell in to.
I know that there is a chlorophyll tablet that is supposed to eliminate odor, although I have never used them. From what I have read, they also make your poop greenish, so if you decide to try this don’t be shocked.
I use scented oil and put just a few drops inside my diaper. They come in a wide range of scents and of course a baby powder scent is my favorite. Simply Google “scented oils”. One source is “Mommie’s Diaper Fresh Scent.” Also, like I said in a previous reply, there are many ambient odors in public that can make it difficult for someone to notice your messy diaper, unless you are confined to a small room (avoid elevators). It also helps to keep moving and not stay long in one place. Having said this, however, it is most important to be considerate of those around us and not subject them to what we have done in our diaper.
I like the idea of my poop smelling like something other than poop. I don’t expect it to smell like strawberries, or my pee to smell like roses. But it would be nice not to smell like I had peed my diaper when I peed, or poop my diaper when I pooped.
I know the best solution is to change it. Unfortunately there are times when that just isn’t possible. Thank you everyone for the great tips.
I change my nappy/diaper when I need to when it gets full usually after work, or if I am out & about town when ever I depending on the situation.
I currently work in a busy kitchen environment so wearing nappies is a must as I can’t very well leave my work station every time I get the urge, that would be dereliction of duty which is a fire-able offence if you catch my drift, I try not to let others know I wear nappies because it would be seen to some as unhygienic and that also could get me fired, I am very conscious of this fact.
I work at a 24 hour garage and wearing diapers really helps with my incontinence and sometimes I get into situations where I need to change but I can’t, and that almost got me fired on my first day but I told my boss the situation and he was remarkably understanding about it. Like you I was scared about wearing diapers to work now not so much.
That certainly helps. Talking to the boss about a situation. I work at a sub sandwich shop where, although the restroom is near where I can get to it when I need to go, I can’t always make it in a timely manner, because I’m so busy wiping down tables, sweeping the floor, and washing dishes, usually within the two hours I work. It gets crazy busy sometimes, and I can’t always stop to pee. If I weren’t wearing diapers, I would be having to stop every few minutes to pee. The other problem is that there’s only one Unisex restroom, where if someone is using it, you can’t just go to another room to pee, you have to wait until this one is un-occupied before you can use it. That can create problems.
Don’t worry, I’ve worn diapers to school.
It’s the sameway at my work, we have one unisex restroom which was out of order and the last few days we have been extremely busy and today for example, me and a fellow co-worker were changing out an engine and transmission out of a Chevy Avalanche and I wasn’t able to change at all through my shift which was really bad especially with the stomach bug I’ve had for the last 2 days. It was frustrating staying in a wet and messy diaper for eight hours and not being able to change.
I’ve never had to stay for that long in a wet or messy diaper. Did you tell your boss, or whoever you were working with, that you had to use the restroom, so that you could change out of the wet/messy diaper?
Even if you couldn’t use the unisex restroom, was there a place where you could change into a clean/dry diaper?
I did talk to my boss about it he said go get cleaned up and there is a gas station right across the street from where I work with a restroom, but we we’re on a tight schedule to get the we we’re truck repaired and running for the customer. I had 2 extra diapers with me but I wasn’t able to get changed.
Ah! That can be a problem. Thankfully, I’ve never had that problem. I’ve never had to stay that long after I’ve pooped in my diaper.
My sympathy goes out to those who NEED diapers as opposed to those who CHOOSE to wear diapers for comfort, security, and enjoyment. I fall into the second category which makes changing a wet or messy diaper quite easy. I have a nice office and can change in my office with ease and wrap my wet diaper in a bag to dispose of later. No messed diapers at work, but in other places. Two days ago I went jogging early in the morning at 5:00 am and had a nice load that was quite enjoyable as I got my exercise. Once home, Quick clean up and off to work.
I feel the same sympathy for those who need to wear diapers. The only challenge I have is changing in a restroom with no handicap stall. Where I work, there’s only one restroom, and it’s Unisex. I’m not against unisex restrooms, I am against having only one restroom to use. Every business should have at least two, if not more.
This is my first post here or anywhere. Having struggled for years with function issues due to a condition that means the message to go does reach the brain on time. My life revolved around scheduled loo breaks and became an obsession. I took the decision to revert to diapers this year. When I am out I wear a mini Attends diaper slip that makes changing a lot easer and at home I wear a traditional diaper where changing is easier. For those of you that have been wearing diapers for years you have my respect and admiration. Wearing diapers has changed my life as I can now sit through whole films, sports matches and the like. As far as changing is concerned this is as and when I need to.
I change my diapers right away. I get diaper rash easily.
I think everyone does who wear diapers. I know I do. That’s why I change my diapers as often as possible, as soon as possible.
I agree Adrian, being in a diaper feels natural to me and feels babyish, which is Awesome! also, being in a wet and/or messy diaper for a while is ok, but after a while, it’s time for a diaper change.
I also forgot to mention, I Love the crinkle of the diaper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That’s the best thing about them!
Me too, I love the crinkle which is babyish. And when I put on a fresh clean diaper I really like the feel of the diaper around my crotch. It feels good having something under between the legs and the poofy feel on your butt. What do you all think?
I like the feeling as well.
I would have to agree Sofia. I love the crinkle and everything there is about a nice fresh diaper on with scented baby powder! I would hate it if I could not afford disposables
You will get used to diapers that you will never be without a diaper because you know they are a good protection from leaks and having a crinkle, squishy and soft feel.
I also forget to mention that when have diapers, not only that you don’t have to worry about toilets but you can drink as much as beverages as you want.
With your diaper no need to worry from pissing a lot.
Its probably better to use diapers at night anyway so that way you don’t have to interrupt your sleep to go to the bathroom and bedwetting. 🙂
I can’t drink as much as I want due to OAB. I’ll fill up my diaper easy with in an hour if I do that. Even the top quality ones such as Bellissimos.
I’ve never worn Bambino diapers. I’d buy if I knew where they could be bought. 🙂
Oh Jason, they have great diapers at this website:
Bellissimo Diapers are the best, the other diapers are good too. 🙂
It’s too bad they’re not sold in stores. I’m not an online buyer.
Oh I’m sorry Jason that you won’t be able to get diapers at Bambino Diapers.
But Jason, Bambino Diapers also has the option to order through mail. You will still need to make an account but instead of using a debit/credit you will print an invoice form through check out and mail the that invoice form with a money order.
I just wanted to offer you this but its your choice Jason. 🙂
I really want you to get the Bellissimo Diapers because they are great!!! 🙂
Im there with you Jason I’m not much of an online buyer too. 🙂
Oh I’m sorry that it happens to you.
I wonder what a gallon size diaper would look like because I’m not sure how much the Bellissimo diapers hold.
A 64oz. bellissmo diaper would be cool.
When you have a diaper that holds a lot like the Bellissimo its like if you have a toilet with you.
Diapers are so good to wear that you never want to be without a diaper.
Has anyone tried to be without a diaper one day?
While I work, I would go without a diaper. Not always by choice, but because I know that my co-workers would make fun of me and make me a laughing stock of the neighbourhood.
Yes, I have. I’ve put pads on to try for a day and I hated them and being without a diaper. I felt weird and naked.
I don’t like being without a diaper on, but there are times when wearing is not an option.
Hi Jason, I suppose. But whatever your comfortable with is what’s best for you! I personally never go without unless swimming in the water or at a message, or chiropractor visit. The chiropractor hooks these electric things to my back and the diaper gets in the way.
I agree. I don’t like holding my pee in. I usually wear a diaper anytime I can’t be near a restroom. I wore when I worked out at the gym. I ended up peeing in my diaper by the time I was finished. I also ended up pooping my diaper.
You didn’t poop in your diaper at the gym did you?
Not yesterday. I have pooped in my diaper, but yesterday I just wet. I didn’t realise it until after I was finished working out.
Ah….understand. If I were to have an accident like that I would change immediately or leave so my smell didn’t offend others. Not to mention how uncomfortable it would feel.
I changed into a clean diaper as soon as I got done working out and went to the men’s restroom. Thankfully no one was there. So no one noticed the diaper or the poop inside it.
Hi Jason, ya that’s good that no one noticed. I also take plastic grocery bags in my diaper/back pack, so if I have to change in that environment then I put my diaper in a plastic bag and tie it up. This helps the smell and especially if I have a poo accident.
Me too Jason, I don’t like holding my pee. Thats why I try to be diapered if I can which most of the time I’m always diapered. I prefer to pee in a diaper but just in case I don’t have a diaper on and I’m not near a restroom/toilet
I can also pee in my dress or a skirt without it being noticeable and without it leaking too. 🙂 🙂 🙂
When you have a diaper on, you never have to think about a toilet.
Bambino and Jason if y’all were curious this is the link diaperedboilerman showed me the other day:
Hey Sofia. I have seen that link that you showed me. Can this apply to men as well, or is it just a woman thing?
I agree with you. When you wear diapers, you don’t have to worry about looking for a toilet to pee, you’re wearing your toilet. The same goes for pooping. Although I try not to make a habit of it, I find that when I can get away with it, I prefer to poop in my diaper than to sit down on a toilet.
You two are funny. I prefer not to poo, in mine. But love the fact I have them there for security incase I do have an accident. I hate to clean up the mess. Although, if it’s an out house or my diaper, sorry, I’m using my D!:)
Hi Sofia, thank you for the link. I did see that already. I’m curious, how old are you, if you care to share? If not no big deal.
Guys can do it too. It really just depends on what your wearing. Its easier to do it in a dress or skirt. With a dress or a skirt girls/women can stretch, spread and open up their legs better because dresses and skirts are loose and have a lot of space under them.
For guys it will be a little challenging since you’re either wearing shorts or pants. Bryan is able to do it so ask him and also look at his comments on how to do it. 🙂
It’s not my thing to pee like that, but hey whoever likes to is fine with me!:)
But Bambino, I only do it if I don’t have a diaper on. I prefer to do it in my diaper more since that is what diapers are for.
I know its a little nasty but I though it was cool finding a way to pee in your clothes as an alternative to diapers and a toilet.
I pee in my dress once in a while because I am a clean girl and I don’t normally do stuff like that.
I try to stay away from nasty and disgusting stuff but since this is diaper stuff I try to find ways around it. 🙂
Hey Sofia. I agree with you. I wore a diaper while I was having lunch with my dad and some former employees of his. I wet it and changed into another diaper for when we went to see a movie.
Hi Sofia, I understand your reasons and don’t think it’s nasty. It’s just preference for me and I’m ultra sensitive and don’t like the wet feeling at all. Plus the slightest pee on my cloths I would have to wash them asap.:)
When its time to change your diaper, its very babyish Jason.
I have also been liking your comments and agree with you too Jason. I get entertained and learn from you.
🙂 🙂 🙂
Thanks, I guess.
Im going to sleep Jason. See you later 🙂
Bye for now. 🙂
Bambino I also understand your reasons too which they are good also. Peeing in your clothes may not be convenient to others but I just want to offer an alternative to diapers and a toilet. 🙂
Sofia, yes I agree that is an alternative.:)
Also Bambino, if you do it often your clothes would get nasty and soggy with pee. Then you would have to wash/laundry your clothes more if you pee in your clothes. Only do it if you don’t have your diaper and no toilet. But its your choice, which ever is convenient for you and the rest of us.
🙂 🙂 🙂
Sofia, ya I agree. I won’t do it unless it’s an accident. I never go U diapered in regular cloths. When my diaper leaks I throw my clothes in the wash asap:) night guys, getting sleepy!:)
Im going to sleep too Bambino. Good Night everyone and be well diapered when you go to bed.
Hey all what do you think of this. I’m not sure I believe this. http://m.wikihow.com/Know-if-You've-Become-Addicted-to-Wearing-Diapers-(As-an-Adult)
I’m going to need to buy some more diapers. I’m running low. My favourite adult diapers are Molicare Super and Abena Abriform.
Oh so you don’t wear them to work Jason.
I should wear to work, since I can’t hold on for any longer than 1/2 before I need to pee.
Oh I see Jason, but you choose whatever is best for you Jason when it comes to diapers. 🙂
I’m always diapered because I don’t like holding my pee and I like wearing diapers for comfort and relaxing too.
I was able to pee in my dress without it be noticeable the other day diaperedboilerman offered me how to do it. 🙂
How often do I change my diaper? Of course like most of you it depends (no pun intended). I can comfortably remain in a wet diaper for the better part of my working day, sometimes not change until I get home. The longest I have been in a messy diaper has been about 3 hours, and it began to get a little uncomfortable, itchy.
Here’s my day: Right now I am in a wet and messy diaper and as soon as I get done posting this I will change and get cleaned up for the day. I’ll go upstairs, kiss my wife good-bye (she will still be in bed) and then I leave for the gym and get there about 5:30am. I will get to my office about 7:30, put on a diaper and start my day. The rest of the staff will get in about 8:30. I have some favorite daytime diapers that are absorbent and discreet enough for me to wear at work. I like the Tena Stretch Ultra or the regular Depends plastic backed diapers. Today I am going to wear the Depends at work. The Tena Stretch Ultra are very much like contemporary baby disposable diapers; cloth back and stretchy sides that attach with Velcro. Sometimes I will wear a plastic panty over these for added security, but not always. I have some Baby Powder scented oil that I place a few drops in the diaper and this works quite well to control odor, should that ever become an issue during the day. I have never so much as had a second glance or quizzical look when I am wearing a diaper at the office. If I need to change during the day, I am fortunate and can simply close my office door and change, put the wet diaper in a plastic bag, and then in my brief case. I discard the wet diaper in a receptacle on my way out. Today is a very busy day and this plan will help me get some comfort and enjoyment during anticipated stressful parts of the day.
I hope everyone else will have a good, productive, enjoyable day; diapered or not. Since we are unique, whether by necessity (incontinent) or by choice (comfort and enjoyment), and want to be accepted for who we are; remember to be accepting and kind to others today. Disagreements are opportunities to learn, should we have them today.
Hey Frank. I totally agree. Everyone who wears diapers has their own reason to wear diapers. Whether they’re medically incontinent or they enjoy wearing, or both.
Hi Frank, I really like you comment. I agree and what a great outlook you have! I hope your day goes the same. I’ll try to remember that, disagreements are opportunities to learn!
I know some people don’t seem to get diapers aren’t about seeing how long you can stay out of a bathroom but rather containing bodily fluids, diapers are for wearer comfort first and foremost.
I change my diaper as soon after I’ve peed in my diaper and after I’ve pooped in them.
I have a really weak bowel muscle and get very little warning about when I need to go poo. I have developed a plan for protection as I got tired of messy clothes. I started out wearing incontinent panties and pads. I got so I leaked and had to go to protective underwear. I found out about full diapers after I had surgery and was in a recovery facility for 30 days. The full adult fitted briefs worked very well and I started wearing then when I go out or travel. I have progressed to either pull ups or diapers during the day due to my escalating bowel problem. I found that I do not like to be in the messy diaper more that a half hour so I change my diaper after having a poop in them. Since I do not know when that will happen, I try to have diapers ready when out and of course at home I can wear pull ups. When I mess the pull up, I change it right away. I still have not let any one know about my problems as I am divorced and retired. I had to tell my children about the protective underwear when I had the back surgery, but they do not know about my diaper use. It is hard to admit I poo in my diapers.
I rock Abena M4s. They are perfect for me. I wear 24/7 and change 2-3 times a day. I am self conscious about telling my friends and i used to be worried id have a peaking diaper but i bought an adult onesie and they are amazing and look like normal clothing so nobody can tell. It puts my mind at ezz.
Hi Adrian, I use my diaper to it’s fullest advantage too, but if I mess, i change when I get the chance too, I don’t want to be in a messy diaper all day, i’d get diaper rash and that’s VERY uncomfortable.
Diaper rash is terrible but for me ivcan go hours in amessy diaper sometimes 6 hrs if I do it at nite I can sleep without a change I sleep better that way
I agree. While I like to use my diaper to its fullest, I wouldn’t want to be in a diaper all day long for that very reason.