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  1. Close To Incontinence With A Catheter

    Worked well during the day but after 4 hours in bed...full bladder. Today I removed the 'flap' with the side-cutter and tried again. 100% comfortable.
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    As sold, it comes out as a narrow stream but also with the possibility of dribbles if any pee bypasses the tube. With my piece of catheter fitted it comes out in a stream in fits and starts. The catheter rests some distance into the bladder so it depends on the body position. Last night I fitted the cage with piece of catheter just before bed and wore Abina M3 pull ups and a stuffer. Totally comfortable all night. Other than keeping the outlet in one place, there is no advantage over a normal Foley catheter.
  3. Close To Incontinence With A Catheter

    Although I have had plenty of experience with catheters I have had no success with stents; always uncomfortable. Today I tried what might be another variation of the 'holy foley'. Several inches back from the balloon, with a pair of side-cutters, I made a single cut at an angle so that a flap formed, being careful to be on the opposite side to the balloon line. After sterilizing, the catheter was inserted in the usual way and a spigot placed in the outlet. The remaining catheter is tucked into the diaper, inert. I can feel the flow in the same way as with a stent. Zero discomfort.
  4. Catheter issues

    Initially when I began experimenting with catheters more than 12 years ago. There were lots of odd feelings and discomfort not to mention incontinence urge for a few hours after removal. For the last 3 or 4 months since returning from overseas, I have been using a Foley almost 24/7. The last one I removed 2 days ago after being in place for 6 weeks. [To be able to sleep through the nights was wonderful, the night bag was kept in a hot water bottle cover.] After removal, things immediately seemed 'normal' although with only 200ml (7 fl oz) in the bladder there was strong need to pee. Today when handling some water, I found myself peeing a little without control. Slippery slope ??
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    I had enjoyed a PA for more than 15 years, gradually opening it up to 8mm, which was great. Then I was in hospital to have the prostate removed and a catheter was inserted for a week. Meanwhile the opening shrunk to about 6mm and stretching was painful so I decided I had had enough. The hole has gradually closed with occasional dribbles during the last year. These days I wear a Foley catheter 24/7 as a lifestyle choice.
  6. Cath and Diaper tips?

    This morning I tried a couple of drops of silicone lubricant on the tip; the type which is sometimes used with butt plugs. So far, very comfortable.
  7. Cath and Diaper tips?

    It could be a reaction to latex. I changed to silicone catheters; no more redness. Also I think a bit of Vaseline around the tip might stay in place longer than water soluble KY. I am wearing a silicone cath almost 24/7 now and have noticed that lately no lubrication is needed there.
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    Initially it comes as a spurt but finishes in a dribble. Not suitable for a urinal. I used a 'princes wand' a bit when I still had my PA. It was always slow to finish with the tube taking its time to empty.
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    Yes. I used 18fr with the cage and it was a bit uncomfortable. I'm using a 14fr silicone cath now and it;s just fine. It's cooler today so draining into a pull up.
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    Pretty !
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    Play safe and leave off the catheter.
  12. I want erectile dysfunction.

    Erections are a thing of the past for me after having the prostrate removed.
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    I bought this type recently.Could not help but try it with a piece of foley catheter. It is quite comfortable so long as 'things' are kept warm as there is not much space for the top of the ball sack between the ring and the cage. Also the ring does not open, but it worked OK. Slip one ball in then the other, finally the pee pee. One should measure with a piece of cord the size needed for the ring. Divide the length of cord (circumference) by 3.14 for inner diameter. If 'things' cool off and the scrotum tightens, adequate blood flow becomes a problem and it becomes uncomfortable. Wearing a nappy, diaper or pull up does keep 'things' warm. The longest I have had it in place is about 8 hours overnight. The lock on this type is neat but quite fiddly. The key is only released in one locked position. Should be safe so long as 'things' do not turn blue. The urethral sound does not need to be fitted.
  14. Cath backflow prevention valve?

    When I run a foley cath into a diaper, I attach a small piece of cling wrap or sticky tape over the outlet into which I make a pin hole. The idea being that the volume of pee making its way through the pin hole would make opposite flow difficult. No way of knowing if this works but it might.
  15. Adult Diapers vs. Condom Catheters for men

    Although these days I use a foley catheter most of the time, I have used the condom catheter / leg bag very successfully. To avoid leaks, I chose a small size; 25mm when 30 mm might seem appropriate. This has to be stretched quite a lot to fit on. For added security, I fit a homemade rubber strap just behind the head. This is cut from a piece of bicycle innertube and fitted with snap fasteners, the centres of which are about 2mm closer than my circumference at that point so when in place it is slightly stretched; all quite comfortable. For added security with a bag at night, I wrap about 50mm (2 inches) of medical type paper tape around the join, folding back one end a little to provide a tab for easy removal. It's summer here in Oz and diapers are pretty uncomfortable, not to mention the smell. For me the best arrangement is a foley catheter into a belly bag during the day and a 2 litre bag at night. The night bag is enclosed in a hot water bottle cover which is nice to snuggle in to when dropping off to sleep.