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  1. Taking stock of my incontinence

    Thanks. I’ve always seen a urologist regularly due to being a lifelong bedwetter. He’s satisfied with my progress so far but he was also not surprised that I’d started to have daytime issues. At the moment I am having good days and bad. Today I stayed dry, yesterday I had an accident. What I hate is that my dry days are not dry. Yes I make it to the bathroom but I still need to wear a pad because I can’t stop dribbling. For some reason this affects me more than wearing diapers does.
  2. Taking stock of my incontinence

    Thanks everyone who replied, it was really interesting reading your views. I can see both sides of the coin. For some of you, The stress of trying to stay dry just isn’t worth it compared to the security of wearing a diaper. For me, I am undoubtably more confident in a diaper. What I don’t like is the idea of being dependent on them during the day. What is getting me down is that after months of stress and hard work, I’m still not fully dry. On the other hand, I agree with those who said that it’s silly to throw away the progress I have made. I’m trying not to beat myself up about it, that’s it’s ok to still need a diaper from time to time. I am torn between believing I can become dry and maybe admitting that I probably do need diapers
  3. I haven’t been very active on the forum in the past 6 months, partly because I’ve been “toilet training”. I never been dry at night and have always worn a diaper to bed. I’m cool with that and realistically not something I could change anyway. About 2 years ago, my daytime continence started to gradually decline. In all honesty, this was down to my own “laziness”. I’d get changed for bed early in the evening, including my diaper. I began to notice that when I wasn’t in diapers, I was having to visit the bathroom more frequently. I began to wear diapers during the day with increased frequency. It got to the stage where I was in a diaper the majority of the time. I began to have the odd accident where I knew if I hadn’t been in a diaper, I’d have wet myself. Although there were still times where I could make the bathroom, I wasn’t reliably dry and I needed at minimum a “just in case” pull up. At the time I enjoyed the convenience and peace of mind and my girlfriend was supportive. The only thing I disliked was in public when I knew I was wetting my diaper. I didn’t have a problem wearing in public, but I felt ashamed the times I’d tried to hold it or make it to the WC but could not. Around 6 months ago, I started to feel differently, perhaps triggered by breaking up with my girlfriend of 3 years. I no longer wanted to be in diapers during the day and I also didn’t fancy the idea of having to be diapered during a date. Bedwetting at least doesn’t come up until you’ve had the chance to get to know each other. I spent months working on my daytime continence and got to the stage where I only needed a pad in regular underwear (post void dribbling won’t go away). But I do have to watch my fluid intake and generally make sure I am near to a bathroom. Recently a couple of activities have meant that I’ve used a daytime pull up (long drive and an especially long movie at the theater). On both occasions I needed to use my pull up. Whilst I was disappointed with myself, I also felt a lot more secure in a pull up. It was the first time in months I hadn’t had to worry about taking regular trips to the bathroom or not drinking too much. It got me asking myself the question- am I really day time dry if it takes this amount of effort and worry? I’m considering wearing diapers again during the day but part of me doesn’t want to “give in”. Apologies for long, rambling post. Any thoughts on this?
  4. Peeing uncontrollably

    If I’m going to have an accident, it will almost always be when standing up after being seated for a while
  5. For me it's very much a mixture of ashamed/embarrassed and relief/relaxing. After battling to stay dry, diapers are a pleasant reminder that stress is no longer there
  6. Wetting, messing or both?

    Urinary incontinent, occasional bowel accident, usually when sick
  7. Managing in summer

    I find that a lot of the new technology used in "base layer" clothing is very breathable and keeps you cool. When it's warm, I usually wear compression shorts then normal shorts over them. Keeps my nappy hidden and in place and isn't as warm as it sounds. When I go on holiday, we rent somewhere with our own pool so that I can easily swim, change etc but if I'm in and out of the pool frequently, I don't put a nappy back on until I've dried off, not much point really!
  8. Waking Up Wet or Wetting

    I guess it can often just be a sign of old age but I'm in my 20s and that's how my daytime incontinence began. I just wasn't quite reaching the bathroom in time. It just slowly deteriorated so I was in a lot of denial about it all. In reality I was nearly always starting to pee in my pants. The need to wear a pad came, to keep my underwear dry, then a pull up so that I could keep my bladder "comfortable" by releasing urine when I needed to. I struggle to stay dry now, often without realising it
  9. How long have you been incontinent?

    I've always been a bedwetter. My daytime control has declined gradually over the last couple of years. I've always struggled to stay dry for things like going to a movie or a long car journey. I was ok with that because it seemed a normal extension of my bedwetting and probably quite a sensible idea, as a bedwetter, to wear a diaper for activities where you might doze off. I started having "little accidents" during the day. I was very much in denial about it. I wore a pad because "sometimes I can't quite make the bathroom" In reality, I was rarely managing to make the bathroom. I came to terms with my growing incontinence, and began wearing pull ups/diapers full time. It has been a huge relief to not have to worry about finding bathrooms and staying dry. Sometimes I feel embarrassed about wetting myself but I'm so much more confident in diapers
  10. Want free DC AMOR PINK DIAPERS

    Aren't these one of THE most expensive diapers on the market?!
  11. How does your partner feel about your bedwetting?

    My girlfriend has always been accepting of my need for diapers but there's a big difference between being ok with it and being comfortable and confident with it. For a long time I was very self conscious around her when it came to diapers and bed wetting. Now it's completely normal for both of us, we talk about it when it comes up and she sometimes helps me change.
  12. Getting Rid of Your Undies

    I'm the same, I'm in diapers full time but I wear briefs over the top. Helps to keep diapers from sagging and becoming more noticeable
  13. Wetting In he Middle Of A Diaper Change

    Yeah, it happens. I dribble constantly but if my bladder is full, it's more of a continual stream. It's not really an issue, you just learn to keep the old diaper in position until the new one goes on. The only time I really think about it is when coming out of the shower, my bathroom floor is tiled so it's easily cleaned up but if I don't put a diaper on, I will dribble all over the floor. I either get dry enough whilst still in the shower so I can put a diaper on immediately, or I use it as a chance to air out, and mop up once diapered again.
  14. do you hide your wetting at home

    I assume that since this is the adult bedwetters forum, the OP intended it to be a question posed to those for whom fetish is not, or at least not their primary reason for diapers. Things are very different when you need diapers
  15. do you hide your wetting at home

    I don't hide it, everyone knows I'm incontinent but I don't particularly have diapers on display. If you opened a cupboard you might see a packet of diapers or spot a used one in the trash but nothing obvious. I do get embarrassed if I have any sort of accident though, even if at home with only my girlfriend around