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  1. Here is the text link from Rolling Stones https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/kazu-blonde-redhead-salty-adult-baby-single-album-music-video-821148/ from an episode of April 11th, 2019.
  2. This story appeared in the Metro on Tuesday 4th June, 2019... https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/04/incontinent-woman-wears-nappies-and-lives-half-her-life-as-a-baby-9783973/ I don't know if she is a member her, but if she is, assistance and understanding is available This is also in the Daily Star https://www.dailystar.co.uk/real-life/783040/adult-baby-diaper-lovers-abdl-community-woman-wears-nappies-every-day Tuesday 4 Jun 2019 Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/04/incontinent-woman-wears-nappies-and-lives-half-her-life-as-a-baby-9783973/?ito=cbshare Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/ Tuesday 4 Jun 2019 Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/06/04/incontinent-woman-wears-nappies-and-lives-half-her-life-as-a-baby-9783973/?ito=cbshare Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/
  3. In some homes, usually the ones that do not provide overnight care, indwelling catheter and enema process is used in the morning on all the patients, and same are placed in pull-ups. This is to eliminate the need of the staff to change messy diapers and only have to change wet pull-ups as needed. In over night places, full diapers are used and changed after meals etc. Then, the patients are either kept in bed / strapped in a chair / wheel-chair to remove the mobility. BTW, in case people here get the wrong opinion... the forced infantalisation of a human being for the gain of another goes totally against everything I stand for. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. All human beings - not some, not most, but all. No one gets to decide who is entitled to human rights and who is not.
  4. Author_Alex, the 'skid marks' are partial bowel incontinence. Either this will reduce / increase, and there is no way really to know. Re dealing with this, 1. I suggest that you start taking both activated charcoal and cod liver oil (capsule form to avoid the taste / gag reflex). This will clean out the digestive tract and promote the healing. It also, as a sideline of reducing/elimination the bacteria in ones digestive tract, eliminates the smell in ones eliminations. 2. Start wearing pull-ups / diapers 24/7 and coat ones rear with diaper cream. The partial anal leakage that you are experiencing can, at times (depending on diet) be caustic to ones skin... and a diaper rash of that type is painful - sore to move / lie down / sit down - which would seriously affect your ability to do your job. In your case, I suggest pull-ups and to use the bathroom for eliminations. Re full bowel incontinence, that is possible following anal surgery during the healing process, but with the smell eliminated and pull-ups, (and a bit of planning / organization ) this should not be an issue that you are not capable of handling.
  5. Plastic pants over a disposable diaper has little use other than to convince the wearer that they are wearing extra protection. It is a psychological thing from early childhood where a parent placed the child in plastic pants more for style rather than protection. Plastic pants over adult diapers today now offer some protection as the SAP and compression packing creates micro holes in a thin plastic backing of the disposable. This is still little protection as what happens is that wetness gets caught between the two plastic layers. As a result, the glue of the tapes tend to fail since same are exposed to wetness. Also, since water cannot be compressed, it finds a way out - leg holes / waist. This is increased overnight as urine escapes via the back waist / front waist band (depends on which way you lay as you sleep). The best way to increase the protection of plastic pants is to add a layer of absorbancy between the diaper and the pants - ie cotton underwear etc. A thin training pant would also work. Otherwise, daytime one will have the standard half moon wet patches. This tends to increase the risk of rash as the leg marks of the elastic of plastic pants tend to keep that specific area damp. Plastic pants are only for style / covering cloth diapers / covering a layer of cloth. Otherwise, they will leak.
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  7. What Stroller needs to do is get used to voiding in any position. There is a thread here that states to do same, get into a bath (naked) and try to void in any position. That is consciously trying to affect voiding which is contrary to the autonomic voiding that ABDLs are aiming for. Instead, what one needs to do is wear a thick bulky cloth diaper and plastic pants. That means the diaper can handle everything from a dribble to a complete flood. As a result, the consctious mind will accept not to retain urine and will revert to the automatic voiding process of pre toilet-trained. It is not the sphincters / bladder one has to teach to void, it is the mindset one has to change. The body will adapt. Wetting when laying down (in bed) is all about confidence, and not control. Diapers leak (no matter how good they are)... and one needs to create the situation that a leaky diaper / wet bed is not an issue that causes discomfort. The thicker the diaper (cloth), the less likely it is to leak. Laying on a cotton bed protector that is on top of a mattress protector will ensure that even if you pour a gallon of water on the bed, the mattress will not get affected is a good way to convince the mind that there is no consequences to wetting when laying down. To achieve diaper dependance needs one to remove the issues that triggered the toilet training. Once this is done, the second part will happen almost instantly, while the bladder and bowels will shrink thus ensuring ones need for diapers.
  8. For medical science to admit that DHIC is caused by the act/omission of nursing care would be the medical field admitting liability to their own actions. This, they do not do. As a result, they publish that nobody knows why DHIC occurs. This 'trained incontinence' is well known and avoided by the medical industry. It is one of the reasons that this industry will attempt everything else (external electronic sphincter / leg bags etc) other than diapers for the 4-60+ demographic. Most of the world accept that some people are incontinent, and also accept diapers / pull-ups as a form of protection. The medical industry does not. They are still of the belief that diapers are for babies (birth to 2, at a push, 3) and the elderly (60+), and that everyone else should use a bathroom, including the medically stated incontinent - ie it is a problem that needs to be fixed first. We in the ABDL world are aware of the situation that suits diapers (constant dribbling / small bladder & bowel / zero retention). In this, we can wear thin diapers/pull-ups and change more often, and thicker diapers overnight. Pull-ups / thin diapers under clothes can easily be hidden, while bulky diapers / leg bags etc tend to be visible by outline.
  9. Walking will do that if you have contents in your bowels and are wearing diapers. A common process with a constipated baby to get them to poop is to cycle their legs (simulate walking) or bring them out for a walk. This tends to trigger the bowel to contract. The feel of the bulk of a diaper between ones legs while walking tends to remind the wearer that they are supposed to relax their anal sphincters also. It is a core memory from early childhood, where the baby/child is praised for pooping in their diaper, and this is reinforced by the intimate contact that the child receives from the person as the diaper is changed. A wet diaper does not evoke that emotion as there is a lot less time spent changing a wet diaper. The bulky wet diaper does evoke that emotion also, as it is normal for the baby to have a very bulky wet diaper as its first change in the morning - where the parent etc would spend a lot of time in changing and dressing the baby as apposed to changing a wet diaper during the day. Core memories / triggers in our mind are the times that we spent with another. Where diapers are concerned, the interchange is intimate. ABDLs seem to be seeking some form of this contact from a pseudo parent.
  10. Medication does the opposite of what the medication is designed for. This may seem like a sweeping incorrect statement, but the body is an expert and conservation of energy. If a chemical is introduced into this biological factory, the natural form of that chemical production in the body will be reduced. As a result, in your case, a 'water tablet' to increase the water in ones body tends to dehydrate the person. To wet while asleep, one must defeat the reason one learnt not to wet while asleep - ie the wet bed / leaks / shame / clean up etc. Once you do this, your body will revert automatically to voiding in your sleep rather than storing same. This it does to conserve energy - it takes a lot of energy to make the chemicals to store pee / poop and keep sphincters locked closed. Once your body realizes that there is no reason to do this, it will stop.
  11. Ozl, this might be new for you, but continence (bladder and bowel control) is a learned response and not biological design. As a result, the DHIC that is being referred to occurs due to the body reverting to the autonomic behaviour. In simple terms, the bladder is in a constant state of filling. The internal bladder sphincter muscle, via nerve signals (urine in the bladder), would relax and the external sphincter muscle follow suite. However, signal is sent from the brain to disrupt this behaviour. As more urine enters the bladder, the signals get stronger to relax sphincters. The 'disruption signal' still can stop this until the bladder becomes distended and forces the sphincters to open. Bowels work in similar way. In this, the 'disruption signal' is a learnt event. A baby has not learnt this and will void autonomically. ABDLs can suppress / forget this and regress to the infantile process of voiding. Similar occurs to people in diapers 24/7/365. In relation to nursing homes and the diaper usage, it is a matter of costs / safety and insurance liability. If a frail patient is kept immobile (in a chair / bed etc), the chance of them self injuring is reduced. As a result, the insurance companies do not have to pay out huge costs for hip replacement / fracture surgery. Diapers are cheaper. Secondly, with less mobile patients, the staff to patient ratio can be increased - change them every 3-4 hours (15mins) rather than spend 25-30 mins taking them to the bathroom every hour two = more efficent use of staff time. As a result, placing every patient in diapers increases the profit margin for the operators of nursing homes / care centers, and reduces the staff count. To answer the question physiological or psychological, it is both. Mentally, one wearing diapers will adapt / forget to control ones sphincters - since they are wearing diapers and will not be using a bathroom. Physically, the bladder and/or bowel will shrink and the body will stop producing vasprossen. Also, the sphincters will be in a constant state of relaxation. The result is that the bladder and bowels stop retaining and one will wet and mess as soon as any content enters their bladder / bowels. Since this is the new normal, the person will accept this and not notice if they need to void or if they are wet and/or messy since they will be both almost constantly. Under the above situation, it is not unusual for the person to mentally regress. There are cases where some patients in nursing homes have learnt dementia either from their treatment at the nursing home or from their treatment by a career (usually a son/daughter) prior to being enrolled in a nursing home.
  12. This test WILL fail. When one* sleeps, one produces vasopressin. There is no direct way to effect the level despite doctors prescribing same in tablet form to bed wetters as a way to stop their bed wetting. This stops the bed wetting for 2-5 days ) before the vasopressin balance is re-established and the bedwetting re-occurs. Since the body has reduced its own vasprossin production, the bed wetting is even worse - ie as the child's conscious level drops, (tired and dozing) the child is liable to wet itself since the sphincters are now in a state of relaxation and all urine produced will be voided. As a result, the normal puberty (change of nerve and muscles relating to urinary control) that effects close to 85% of the population as bedwetting becomes a more acute problem that requires diapers / medical intervention. If a mechanic seen a chip on your window and tried to fix it with a hammer, and then said that you need a new window... would you be happy. That is exactly what medical science is doing to children with a bed wetting issue. *Toilet trained / dependant individual
  13. One does not have any direct control on their production of any chemical... the body reacts to the situation it finds itself in. What one has to do is create the senario where the body will react in the way you want it to - ie thick warm bulky diapers, well creamed (baby cream on area) and plastic pants. Change into this diaper about 1-2 hours before going to bed. This diaper can handle 12-15 hours, so it doesn't matter if it is wet before you get into bed. In the morning, it will be wetter (whether you woke up during the night to wet, or you wet while asleep doesn't really matter, unless you recall waking up, you will never know. Your mind will work it out that it is costly to wake to wet, and you will eventually stay in a deeper sleep while you wet. Since your mind will have decided that the diaper can handle this, you might begin pooping in your diapers as you sleep also. As a result, whatever you place in your diapers overnight will not be a problem. Wear the same thick bulky diapers until 10am, and change into another set of thick warm bulky diapers. Change diapers by the clock every 8-10 hours, and forget about you needs to pee/poop. As a result, whatever you place in your diapers will not be a problem. Your body will void when it needs to. All you have to do is when the feeling comes, ignore it. It will not be long before your body reverts to wetting and messing as soon as it needs to without informing you (your conscious mind) as it is not important, nor do you have to do anything to help / prevent this. At this stage, your body will balance the water level in you body so well, that you will wet as soon as you drink (without being aware of same) and will poop during or shortly after eating each meal - the same bladder/bowel behaviour of a baby. Since you will have no reason to retain pee/poop, your body will stop producing the anti diuretic hormone to conserve its energy. To obtain the above needs time, diet, increased water intake and a mindset change to accept that you are a baby who doesn't care if they are clean & dry or wet & messy - diapers will be changed at a schedule that you are used to - ie every 6-8 hours Certain milestones you might notice You wet when you stand (the weight of your internal organs press on your bladder that causes it to void) You wet when you run water You wet while drinking. You poop during / shortly after breakfast yet didn't know you needed to. You poop after a short walk. Poop slides out when you fart You notice your diaper messy only when changing. You forget when you wet / messed You notice that your diaper is squishy but don't recall wetting same. Since you will be wearing and wetting as / when needed, you will reach the level of baby bladder/bowel control before your conscious mind is told. At this stage, you can revert to the normal thinner disposable diapers.
  14. GabeG23, it really depends on how 'able' you are. To answer your question, I will split it in to four - With Wet diaper overnight / day long period (3+ hours), have a shower at the change OR as soon as possible. Baby wipes can clean the area but can do more damage as the skin is weak and the wipes can cause rash and/or make a rash worse. With Messy diaper overnight / day long period (3+ hours), have a shower at the change. The acid in poop can really damage the skin. Also, the poop smell is in the skin and a wipe really cant clean the area properly. With Wet diaper short periods (less than 3 hours), baby wipes are ideal for this type of change, but make sure that all the skin that is covered by the diaper is cleaned, not just the bit that got wet. With Messy diaper short periods (less than 3 hours), baby wipes can be used, but it is not ideal. If you are at home / shower convenient, have a shower. If you are out, the shower can be delayed until your next change at home. If the poop is caustic (you will know as you will feel the rash etc), the quicker you change the diaper, the better, but be careful at the area of the rash with the baby wipes. If you rub too hard this will exagerate the rash. Diaper creme will protect this area until you get a chance to wash the area with luke warm water. Depending on your schedule, it is advisable to have a shower twice a day, first one after breakfast (not a good idea for your body / skin to jump out of bed into a hot shower. Your skin needs time to wake up also - try a luke warm / cold shower after breakfast), and second warm one before bed. If you have a hand held shower, you can hose (luke warm) your diaper area at each change (if possible). This not only cleans the area completely, it also saves you on the cost of baby wipes etc. Pad the area dry and then let it air our for about 10 minutes before putting on a fresh diaper. If you have a rash, put creme on same now. Baby powder should only be used between your thighs and the diaper (to avoid friction rash) NOT inside the diaper. See https://www.dailydiapers.com/board/index.php?/topic/15595-incontinence-cause-myths-vs-reality/&do=findComment&comment=1646571 What is more important in skin care is to control the hair in your diaper area. It is a good idea to keep it short - ie use an electric hair trimmer (not a razor as it would make the hair too short and cause ingrowing hairs. Also, a razor scrapes the skin and exposes new partially developed skin. That skin is very susceptible to rash)
  15. * PARTIALY COMPLETED - When completed, I will move this to another thread 'Myths and Lies we still believe today' I created this tread to dispell myths. Is seems to me from comments here, and from the ABDL fantasy stories, that there are many other myths and lies that we now believe that have its origins in the lies told to us / our parents / grandparents by adverts etc.... 1. Baby Powder placed inside a diaper keeps the baby dry for longer. FALSE: Baby powder inside the diaper absorbs wetness, clumps together, sticks to the skin and prevents the diaper from doing its jon - to keep the wetness from the skin. The wet clumps of powder causes rash where it is stuck to the skin. It was J&J that suggested that baby powder be used in the diaper at each diaper change (to increase the sale of same to gulible consumers). 2. Baby Powder keeps your baby smelling baby fresh all day. FALSE: J&J added the scent to normal corn-starch to create the 'baby' fresh smell stating that a baby will always smell fresh with J&J powder. Fresh urine does not smell. A baby on breast milk does not have the bacteria to create the 'sour smell' in its poop. As a result, a baby (of the era of baby powder) does NOT emit a smell.