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  1. diaperedboy101

    Abena Abri Form X-Plus L4

  2. diaperedboy101

    Abena Abri Form X-Plus L4

    Thankfully my Attends L10s are a lot better. Louder due to being thinner plastic but that's something I can live with
  3. diaperedboy101

    Close To Incontinence With A Catheter

    Just tried a single use catheter from Coloplast, and boy did that thing make me horny! the only thing is, is it normal for a little blood to pass through the first time?
  4. diaperedboy101

    Molicare Brand

    it seems the Hartmann UK website still shows the plastic backed version -
  5. diaperedboy101

    Snuggies Diapers Finally Shipping!

    they don't sell to switzerland
  6. diaperedboy101

    Bambino Diapers Brand

    they don't deliver to switzerland
  7. diaperedboy101

    Abena Abri Form X-Plus L4

    So I ordered this package from Santhema in Switzerland:
  8. diaperedboy101

    First Public Messing

    I personally think it's ok in public barring certain requirements.
  9. diaperedboy101

    Close To Incontinence With A Catheter

    Without the balloon they will naturally & automatically want to migrate out our your body. You will have to actively hold it in place if you want to use it for any long period of time. Once it is out, the residual pee will highly promote bacteria growth. You do not want to reinsert them once this happens. Of course you could sanitize them before reusing, but no manufacturer is going to recommend something like that out of liability alone.
  10. diaperedboy101

    Close To Incontinence With A Catheter

    I have to ask, is it safe to actually use a single use catheter for longer periods? I know manufacturers will say to remove them as soon as liquid has finished draining, but I have to wonder if this is just a marketing ploy to sell more units, or if it is because of the absence of the retaining balloon....
  11. diaperedboy101

    Close To Incontinence With A Catheter

    have to say, this is a really bad idea. doing so opens you up to severe urinary tract infections. While urine is sterile inside the bladder, once it leaves it picks up bacteria. placing a catheter introduces bacteria to the urinary tract, and the warm moistness of the urine passing through the hole in this advice provides a breeding ground for said bacteria.