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  1. Commercial Products: (search Prostate or Urethral Stent) "The Spanner" http://www.srsmedical.com/products/spanner-healthcare-pro.html "Urolume Urethral Stents" http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022534701663420 (warning: Elsevier -- a copyright pirate) https://www.dextronix.com/products/covered-urethral-stents/ http://www.allium-medical.com/uploads/images/ifu/IFU_TPS.pdf
  2. A few years back I purchased a variety of caths mail order from Southwest Medical, no questions asked. I've lost interest, but I did find that too small a cath is very uncomfortable. The uro did some testing at one point with a little tiny (like 3mm) cath, and that really hurt. I thought a smaller (12FR) cath would be more comfortable, but in fact a 16FR or 18FR was much more comfortable, and silicone was more comfortable. Silver-coated caths are available. YMMV. I personally liked the single-use sealed systems. As to bacteria, the urethra touching itself is the best antibacterial we know of. The surface of the catheter tube, not so much. So the holey foley makes quite a bit of sense. The big trick, as noted, is to not have sharp edges! A few years back I purchased a variety of caths mail order from Southwest Medical, no questions asked. I've lost interest, but I did find that too small a cath is very uncomfortable. The uro did some testing at one point with a little tiny (like 3mm) cath, and that really hurt. I thought a smaller (12FR) cath would be more comfortable, but in fact a 16FR or 18FR was much more comfortable, and silicone was more comfortable. Silver-coated caths are available. YMMV. I personally liked the single-use sealed systems. As to bacteria, the urethra touching itself is the best antibacterial we know of. The surface of the catheter tube, not so much. So the holey foley makes quite a bit of sense. The big trick, as noted, is to not have sharp edges! *** See: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/720717 This is about a stent-like cath. I've heard the author's name before, and think he may have an axe to grind. I don't know if his product is readly available or not.
  3. Interesting...my stream can be weak if I'm exercising hard...not sure what you are asking here...
  4. I'll agree that saying I have natural bright green hair is silly...and that the one "TG" person close to my meatspace life seemed to need a lot of drama. I'm also of the opinion that feelings of being or wanting to be the opposite gender to the one socially assigned should be accepted, just as we try to accept our feelings about diapers. There's lots of evidence that these are powerful forces to be respected! Indeed, it's a reasonable question to ask if some TGs, like those with "hysteria" and "multiple personality" aren't responding to a force that is not gender, but that has found a socially acceptable outlet in being TG. I can't say, because to begin with, I don't know, beyond social norms ("I know it when I see it"), what male or female gender actually means. Do male and female gender only mean that someone identifies with and follows the social norms of their particular half of the majority of people where genes, body parts, and sex role match up? Or is there more to it?
  5. Rosalie: I'm asking whether we actually know what gender is... and you give the distinct impression that we do not. My examples were merely to point out some of the flexibility that a really good definition will need to take into account. I hope they also made clear how fraught the discussion can be.
  6. Do we have a good definition of "gender", given the various ways it manifests itself in different cultures? Or is it more like "progress", where we all know what we are talking about until we look closely? Me, I'm a free-will type that acknowledges the presence of large forces that bias the choices. Rosalie can decide not to blow up...sometimes...but it's an easy thing for him to do. I call myself heterosexual male, but damn, that one guy...if I hadn't had a girlfriend at the time, now Mrs Dill Pickle, I think I would have gotten romantically involved and ended up doing BDSM scenes...
  7. Hey DD: http://arstechnica.com/security/2017/01/more-than-10000-online-databases-taken-hostage-by-ransomware-attackers/ I hope this doesn't describe DD's situation, does it??? Wouldn't want to lose all the content of the site!
  8. I tried 24/7 awhile back...it wasn't for me, too much work (being diapered is *work*!) and the turn-on got weaker. Call it the ups and downs. YMMV, don't think you *have* to do it in any particular way and don't you dare feel guilty about what works best for *you*!
  9. Rosalie The way to approach the conversation is to be human about it...ask yourself what the other person would likely want you to tell them, given what you know about who that person is. That means, if it's clear, well, then "psst..your diaper is showing" allows them to compensate. If it's less clear, then at some point in a conversation about other things, you can ask if someone is OK...as you noticed they were padded.
  10. b ) IRC, unmodified, doesn't offer the necessary boundaries -- that is, there's no way to ban me from the chat when I misbehave and make silly suggestions as to how chat might work in the future! There's also nothing to prevent me from IRC chatting on #sillydilly if I feel like talking to only me, myself, and I. So any way this IRC sausage gets sliced, it's a custom client that will need to check in with the DD server, (at a minimum to enforce bans) and I don't think anybody will have the motivation to break the agreed-upon rules concerning rooms. I always wondered what happened to multiple areas in chat....there are certainly times when a semi-private area would be useful...in that I can get into subject matter in chat that bores many to tears, but there may be more than just one other person interested. c) I can't believe Discord doesn't have a way to integrate into the site! Worth looking into.
  11. Two questions for Mikey: a) I think we like the current presentation of chat. Any way we can take that source code and re-target it? b ) The critical, must have feature underlying chat is that it the DD moderators control who may speak in the chat area. Is there a strong reason we could not use a modified standard IRC chat client that would check in with dailydiapers.com for a list of authenticated users and their IP addresses, and display only comments from those users?
  12. I hadn't considered the potential for iron or other nutrient toxicity....worth doing because formula tends to be heavily fortified with all kinds of nutrients that can be toxic at too high a level. Maybe time to consider the recipe for "formula"...typically "soy milk" fortified with lots of vitamins, and just drink the soy milk. Acute iron toxicity, per the reference, starts at 20-60mg/Kg, with GI upset at the lower end of the range, assuming you don't have hemochromatosis. Chronic is either GI symptoms or more subtle stuff.....So I would suggest that you simply pay close attention to how you feel...if you feel worse, back off...
  13. Well, you have now officially binged.......or is that baptising yourself??? (lol) Put your stuff in boxes and save it, because you will want it again in perhaps a few months. for next time, you will want to keep your clothes dryer (so less laundry) and you will want to add a dollop of hydrogen peroxide to your used nappies (which put in ziploc bags) to control the smell...maybe also drink a bit more water to help with that. You might also want to consider one of those wastebins with a footpedal and a tight lid...
  14. Honestly, I don't know if sending DMCA notices is the right tool. Think about the effect you want to achieve -- [that other site] can still be retrieved in a number of ways, and I'd really rather *not* drive those that go there completely underground. You have grown up. Others have not. Unfortunately, what goes up on the internet can never really be removed, only forgotten...just ask Barbara Streisand about her house in California. Rather, I think, you want to decide where your originals will live, and every time some schmuck re-posts it, link to the original with a gentle note that your story has been circulating around the net for many years. That will get it at the top of search results, and anyone who cares about such things will read the original, along with anything else you might want to say about it...including just how young you were when you wrote the fantasy and how you feel about it now.
  15. AmyUser: The prescription says Paracetamol...so Username is somewhere in the British commonwealth, since we 'muricans know that stuff as acetaminophen or Advil or Tylenol. Not that it changes much...wanting and needing this incontinence, is going to be taken the wrong way by the staff, as a sign of needing *more* intensive mental health care, not less. It would be best to react to staff in the "normal" way, as in diapers are something you aren't happy with and want to keep private but you live with because it's better than the alternative. Is the staff thinking its bedwetting? Or are they thinking the abilify is messing with your guts? And, as noted, the "depot" form of abilify suggests that username hasn't been taking good care of himself, and I take it as a sign that he doesn't feel like he deserves it. I encourage him to ask himself and his staff about that problem...that way lies better health and happiness. *** As to masturbating...that *is* sex, just not the kind that might make a baby, so I would say not that it decreases the sex drive, but that it satisfies it. And one final thought...I love my diapers, but I'm happy I don't really *need* them in a physical sense...and my own shrinks proceeded to ignore that and work on the more serious issues in my life!