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    • A few decades ago in my late 20s I met a guy through a personal ad who was also in his early 30s who wore 24/7 and wet in his sleep. I was curious about the lifestyle and somewhat envious but I was too mixed up to make a go of the relationship. I was having sex with both males and females at the time and didnt know whether I wanted to live the lifestyle 24/7 or commit to one orientation either. In subsequent years I often felt guilty about brushing off the relationship because we had a lot in common. I just wasn't mature enough to realize it.
    • Your probably right. My younger brother was on the spectrum and was a bedwetter throughout his childhood and apparently as an older adult is now dealing with this again. I believe that where I live people also drop off the benefits provided for autistic young people at 18 but if the situation is still disabling they can then apply for government benefits that include income support and some cases include coverage for incontinence supplies if a doctor says they are required. 
    • Is this the same thing as a bladder flush or bladder irrigation? If so I believe it had to be done with a catheter. Some people are okay with catheterization but Im not a big fan. I had it done once when I was younger and found it very uncomfortable. Its my understanding that once the solution drains the urinary system returns to whatever level it was prior to the procedure.
    • I can't remember disposable products being around when I was a kid either. I said this in a post one day and somebody on here posted an old ad indicating that disposable products were available back in the 50s and 60s. They sure didn't make it to where I lived in an older working class area of a small industrial city. I used to drive around my neighborhood on my bike noticing all the bedding and pjs hung out on clotheslines to dry. My mother was one of the first in the area to get an automatic washing machine and electric dryer but even then she sometimes hung wet bedding out on the line to dry when the weather was good. Those were the days when bedwettting often wasn't treated as a private matter I guess.
    • Similar to others, minimal hair down there, use a manscaper, haven’t gotten brave enough to have blades around the wedding tackle.  Mainly for odor and cleanup, but I’ve gotten to a point I like the clean smooth feel.   Will have to try Nair though. Joey
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