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  1. There is a way to get upgraded diapers through the VA. Two of my friends did it and are still receiving them. I'm not sure of the exact mechanism, I believed they worked through their doctor and with their VA advocate. One of my friends is receiving monthly shipments of Abena diapers, free through the VA. I'm not sure what brand the other is getting.
  2. Has your research identified any common causal "hiccups" during childhood development? It's kind of hard to imagine that all of us are subconsciously trying to regress to try and correct developmental errors that we are not even consciously aware of.
  3. BOO Green Bay???? That's blasphemy.
  4. Did the urologist make any comments about how fast your bladder emptied or comment about a lazy bladder? Have you had an ultrasound of your bladder before and after urinating to see if there is any residual urine? Has anyone, particularly a continence specialist, talked to you about exercises for the bladder and its sphincters? Given all the tests you had so far, I assume no one has found anything abnormal with your prostate. I had a lazy bladder from many years of experimenting with diapers. The two urologists I saw had no suggestions other than to learn how to manage the problem myself. If you're really looking for a solution, I recommend talking to a continence nurse. Doctors don't seem to be of much help in these situations unless there are physical problems they can fix.
  5. The question no one seems to have asked is, "When do you have trouble peeing?" Is it all the time? When you're wearing a diaper? When you have to go, but there a other people in the lavatory? The different situations need to be addressed differently. Have you talked to a doctor about the problem? Has the doctor done an examination or identified any physical problems? The above responses provide good suggestions. Which one is appropriate depends on your situation and the underlying causes.
  6. That may be true in a limited number of cases, but mostly, I think it is therapist BS. SImilar to a doctor's diagnosis of idiopathic whatever. It's just another way of saying they don't have a clue. Freud used to blame many psychiatric issues on repressed sexual desires, e.g. the oedipus complex. I suspect that the origins of AB or DL desires are many and varied and highly dependent on the individual, childhood environment, and family relationships.
  7. I use a kitchen garbage pail that seals when the lid is closed. You can also find diaper pails at Adult Cloth Diaper Company or online at Amazon. I'd recommend rinsing the diapers out in the shower before putting them in the container. Also, a squirt of isopropyl alcohol when you deposit each diaper will help keep the smell down and prevent mildew.
  8. I'd suggest you track both input and output. Log what, how much, and when you drink something and when and how much comes out.
  9. If you use disposable diapers, you're going to leak if you sleep on your side. The only solution I've found is to use cloth diapers at night.
  10. I'm curious how you became bowel incontinent. You're pretty young to be having that problem. I'm also curious how you manage the problem.
  11. In my case, the bowel accidents were truly that - accidents. After I'd become bladder incontinent, one day I tried to stifle a sneeze and in the process, soiled my diaper. Another time, I was working on a piece of machinery and straining to loosen a large nut with a wrench. In doing so, I tightened my abdominal muscles and messed my diaper again. There were other accidentally soiled diapers, most of the time resulting from tightening my abdominal muscles. As near as I can figure, the concentrated effort of relaxing my bladder sphincter muscles also resulted in my anal sphincters also being somewhat relaxed or at least not tightened enough to prevent accidents. By letting my anal sphincters relax more, bowel movements happen pretty much unimpeded these days. My experience is that I can expect a bowel movement within an hour or so of a meal. So, I try to be in a location where I can manage the clean up easily during those times. Developing bowel incontinence was not a fast process at all if you consider that it took me about 40 years to become bladder incontinent and that the bowel incontinence developed after that. Back when I was your age in college and using diapers, I discovered that relaxing the anal sphincters would result in a bowel movement when the normal peristaltic contractions of colon and rectum pushed the feces out. However, I didn't continue doing that because daily activities made it inconvenient. Holding and straining to go would not result in incontinence. Doing that would only strengthen the sphincters.
  12. No argument about the need for a positive, gradual, encouraging transition. My thoughts are that in the examples used, diapers are linked to maturity. As a result, that child will think that someone in diapers is not mature; not a big boy/girl. I fully understand that you would not make that connection. The question is how do you frame your encouragement or toilet training of a young child in such a way that he/she does not make the connection between diapers and immaturity? Many people do think that way (e.g. the nurse I mentioned). I believe their nearly instinctive reactions are likely deeply ingrained teachings from when they were being toilet trained.
  13. A gin and tonic or bourbon on the rocks would be nice, assuming you're not at work or out driving.
  14. Agreed. Once I got in the right state of mind and no longer needed to worry about other things, incontinence developed fairly quickly. However, by then, I was well practiced at wearing and using diapers and had become a bedwetter at night. What surprised me was how quickly the bowel incontinence developed. Of course, I'd soiled my diapers over the years, but it was always a conscious action. Once the urinary incontinence started, it was just a couple of months until I began having bowel accidents.
  15. I agree that positive encouragement is needed during the transition from diapers to underwear, however, I think that your examples are the same diaper stigmatizing arguments parents have used for eons. If an individual is incontinent and needs to wear a diaper, according to your examples, then he/she is by definition NOT a big boy or big girl and therefore is a baby. I would argue that the encouragement should be based on learning bladder and bowel control and avoid examples that link diaper use to age, size, maturity, or mental competence. That's a fine line to travel, but I believe it is necessary if the link between diaper use and maturity or mental competence is to be broken. Too often, I've observed that when people see a person wearing diapers, they automatically redirect their conversations and questions to the "adult" with diapered person even if the conversation or questions are about the diapered person or his/her preferences or condition. If there is no "adult" to converse with, they start talking to the diapered person in that high sing-songy voice that adults frequently use when talking to infants or toddlers. In their view, diapers = mental incompetence or immaturity. I was ready to kill the surgical prep nurse who did that to me.