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Rachel Emily

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About Rachel Emily

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  • Birthday 09/06/1961

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    Wisconsin
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  1. Rachel Emily

    Do you wake up needing to pee or not

    It varies. I have chronic lymphadema in my legs, which means they tend to swell at periodic intervals. I usually alternate between taking on water for a day or two as my extremities swell, and getting rid of it all at once (which usually means a day or two of drenched diapers). On the days I'm getting rid of fluid, I'll either wake up with a soaked diaper or with a bladder so full I actually hurt (which usually empties as soon as I'm in a sitting position). When I wake up with a full bladder but a dry diaper, it usually means I'm constipated--if I can't poop, I can't pee either.
  2. Rachel Emily

    Do you like to keep your dirty diapers?

    I can't say I ever considered doing something like that. One, I don't like to advertise that I wear diapers, and two, the smell alone would earn both complaints from my neighbors and
  3. Rachel Emily

    do diapers make you wet more

    I suppose one could say I do, since if I didn't wear a diaper, I'd probably be so nervous about wetting I'd never allow myself to fall into a deep sleep.
  4. Rachel Emily

    Who woke up wet this morning?

    I woke up soaked, absolutely soaked. The stupid aides at this nursing home (where I'm recovering from the second of two injuries in six
  5. Rachel Emily

    Paraolympian wets herself

    15 hours ago, Demon_God said: The part where she suddenly starts talking about courts and compensation leads me to believe this was all rather staged.
  6. Rachel Emily

    Hobbies- who has them?

    I am a cartoonist, so I draw, obviously. I also write TG fiction and compose ragtime on the computer. (I've loved ragtime since I was 12.)
  7. Rachel Emily

    Cloth or disposable?

    I use disposables most of the time out of necessity, but greatly prefer cloth. The only thing preventing me from using them full time is the laundry issue--my building has just one small washer and dryer for six people. Should a reasonably-priced diaper service come along that catered to adults, however, I'd drop disposables in a minute.
  8. Rachel Emily

    Why no ABDL pride??

    4 hours ago, erevu said: I would never go to an ABDL pride event because I don't seek validation from society. The only acceptance I want is from my wife, and marginally from my family. Other than that, I really don't care for approval or attention.
  9. Rachel Emily

    do you hide your wetting at home

    I have little reason to hide anything, since the only people who come into my home are
  10. Rachel Emily

    AB vs DL are they different?

    On 1/8/2017 at 9:32 AM, lilstevie said: I took the survey
  11. Rachel Emily

    How long have you been incontinent?

    I started having problems with daytime control in 1991 (due to both my cerebral palsy and medications I was taking). I started having problems with nighttime control 5 years ago.
  12. Rachel Emily

    Diapers in highschool

    I didn't wear diapers in high school. I went to high school in the '70s, when there weren't many kinds of adult diapers available. (In fact, I know of none outside of what Sears offered). Squeezing into Pampers or other baby diapers wouldn't have been an option either--I was skinny, but not that much.
  13. Rachel Emily

    If you became incontinent

    I have an overactive bladder, which came on rather suddenly, so I did seek help if only to find out why it happened. The doctors couldn't find any significant physical problems (bladder cancer, diabetes, etc.), but did suggest medication--which I of course refused. It would be nice to wet the bed every night as opposed to once or twice a week, but I'm okay with things the way they are.