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Ich trage derzeit immer die Molicare Elastic mit nur 2 Klebestreifen das wirkt Authentischer meint Papa. Wie man sieht wird sie auch ordentlich benutzt. Mittlerweile bin ich nicht mehr ganz so quengelig wie zur Anfangszeit und Maule rum nur weil ich 1x Eingemacht habe. Mittlerweile maule ich nur noch rum sobald ich das große Geschäft […]
Part III: Touches what I have learned on my way towards becoming reliant on diapers. How to deal with the dreaded diaper leaks. Level of protection aka. type of diaper etc.
When in need of Medical Supplies it is upon you to locate the most reliable supplier of the products to you. The dealers that sell Medical Supplies are so many in the market and it can be challenging for you to locate the right one if you lack the insights and key factors to consider. […]
As matter of fact, some people face various medical problems such as adult bedwetting. This is a problem that mostly affects people who are suffering from conditions such as diabetes and different forms of UTIs. Kidney diseases and prostate cancer are other factors that cause this problem. On the other hand, nocturnal enuresis can also […]
kali-is-an-abdl: I would advise that at that stage, perfect concealment is effectively impossible. Here are a few tips that I have. Use plastic pants and a onesie. I recommend this to everyone who uses diapers for their toileting, but it’s especially important for people who fill their diapers. Think hard about your choice of diapers. […]
I woke up at 9 AM, then peed in my diaper—a NorthShore Supreme—while sitting on the side of my bed. It was the same one I peed a ton in while writing my journal entry last night, and this was only the second time I’d peed in it, but when I looked in the mirror I saw it was already wet partway up the back along with being super full in the front and crotch.
After we got home, I peed once or twice more while watching TV. Then I changed into a fresh MoliCare. It was actually my last MoliCare. I peed in it once just before eating dinner and then a second time while watching TV.
The tea worked and I peed twice in my MoliCare while sitting in bed and continuing to watch TV. I got into a squatting position each time I peed to ensure I didn’t have any leaks.
Once inside, though, I didn’t feel like putting on a diaper yet and there was no way I was going to use a toilet, so I pulled out a MoliCare, held it in front of me, and peed into it.
I normally use a drawstring bag as a diaper bag if I need or want one separate from my backpack. It’s a good system, but I thought a sling bag might have some advantages over a drawstring bag.
I ended up not changing out of my Prevail before bed last night, for no reason in particular. This morning, when I woke up, I sat on the edge of my bed and flooded it. I was a bit surprised that I didn’t leak at all.
I kept it on as I started my morning routine, then squatted to poop about fifteen minutes later. I changed into a new Prevail after that. I’d had the old one on for just under 24 hours before I changed it!
Last night, I put on a MoliCare before bed. I peed in it a medium-ish amount right after I put it on. Then, at 4 AM, one of my dogs woke me up needing to go outside. When I was out with him, I peed about the same amount as I did the first time.
Last night, I put on a MoliCare for bed. As is my new usual, I didn’t wear anything over the diaper. I peed in it a medium-ish amount before falling asleep.