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john W

Wrexham, UK

#21 Aug 25, 2013
ric99 wrote:
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Hi Princess Holly, I agree that bedwetting is a sort of disability. Do you know what is causing it in your case?
I’m a disabled teenage boy with Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy (CP), which mainly affects my legs, but in my case it’s also left me with no bladder control, because the part of my brain that would normally control my bladder is also not working. I wet small amounts very frequently, without any sensation that I’m doing so, because it only takes a small amount of urine to get into my bladder before it empties without any warning. I don’t think I have ever been dry for more than half an hour maximum.
My day/night protection now consists of double-thickness shaped terry nappies tightly held in place with Velcro tapes at the waist and thighs, as my clumsy finger control means that I can’t manage pins on my own. I usually have a folded small terry nappy acting as a soaker pad inside my shaped nappy for added absorption. I can’t wear disposable nappies for two reasons. Firstly, they tend to leak in bed if I sleep on my side, and secondly I happen to be allergic to the absorbent stuff that’s used in them, which gives me itchy and painful rashes.
I wear lightweight transparent polyurethane pants over my nappy with the waist and leg bands tucked under the nappy to help prevent any possible seepage leaks. Over that, I wear white polyester pants which have an inside coating of polyurethane. These pants not only provide even more protection against leaks, but they also look more like normal underwear than most plastic pants, so they are less conspicuous if anybody happens to get a glimpse of them above the waistband of my loose-fitting trousers or shorts.
Although I wet frequently (as I’ve explained) the amounts at each wetting are small, so I only need to change every five hours or so. In fact my bedtime nappy lasts all night without leaking. Ever since I changed to tight fitting shaped terries, I’ve noticed that I’m not even aware that I’m wet, even when my nappy is almost saturated, so I can carry on life as normal (within the limits of my CP) without thinking about wetting, as long as I remember to do a nappy change every five hours or so during the day.
If any other disabled people (male or female) have similar wetting problems, perhaps we could share any tips we may have for dealing with it.
Rich.
I am older man and still have trouble at night
just and ordinary boring guy who wets
if you want to chat I have yahoo and Skype
I am sacred people will find out tho that I wet a nite
princes Holly

Butleigh, UK

#22 Aug 25, 2013
Ican wear which ever but prefer these now as I only ever wet them.
ric99

Welton, UK

#23 Aug 26, 2013
Something I forgot to mention before is that I used to wear pin-on kite-fold terry nappies with vinyl pants, but because I couldn't manage the pins (due to my CP), my mum had to change me. This was OK when I was a small kid, but it became embarrassing when I reached my teens, so my mum made some double thickness shaped terry nappies from high quality thick towelling. They are the same shape as a Tena slip and have sewn-on Velcro fasteners at the waist and legs, so that I can wear them really tight fitting. When worn with a baby size square terry nappy folded into a triple thickness soaker pad, these are by far the most comfortable nappies I've ever worn, and I can change them myself without mum’s help. Although they’re shaped just like a tape-on disposable nappy, they are far less likely to leak, because they are absorbent at the sides as well as in the middle, whereas disposable don’t have any absorbent stuff at the sides, so they tend to leak if you sleep on your side.

The white polyester pants with an inner coating of polyurethane (Suprima 1287) that I wear over the transparent polyurethane pants are the best plastic pants I've ever had. They don’t harden and crack like vinyl pants do and are a lot less noisy. They look just like normal underwear briefs, and not like disposable nappies or most plastic incontinence pants.

I can definitely recommend this combination to anyone who wears terry nappies due to a disability. For my disability, they even help to improve my walking according to my physiotherapist, because the five layers of towelling (including the soaker pad) between my thighs help to stop me walking with a scissors gait, which is one of the worst symptoms of Spastic Diplegia CP.
John w

Wrexham, UK

#24 Aug 26, 2013
ric99 wrote:
Something I forgot to mention before is that I used to wear pin-on kite-fold terry nappies with vinyl pants, but because I couldn't manage the pins (due to my CP), my mum had to change me. This was OK when I was a small kid, but it became embarrassing when I reached my teens, so my mum made some double thickness shaped terry nappies from high quality thick towelling. They are the same shape as a Tena slip and have sewn-on Velcro fasteners at the waist and legs, so that I can wear them really tight fitting. When worn with a baby size square terry nappy folded into a triple thickness soaker pad, these are by far the most comfortable nappies I've ever worn, and I can change them myself without mum’s help. Although they’re shaped just like a tape-on disposable nappy, they are far less likely to leak, because they are absorbent at the sides as well as in the middle, whereas disposable don’t have any absorbent stuff at the sides, so they tend to leak if you sleep on your side.
The white polyester pants with an inner coating of polyurethane (Suprima 1287) that I wear over the transparent polyurethane pants are the best plastic pants I've ever had. They don’t harden and crack like vinyl pants do and are a lot less noisy. They look just like normal underwear briefs, and not like disposable nappies or most plastic incontinence pants.
I can definitely recommend this combination to anyone who wears terry nappies due to a disability. For my disability, they even help to improve my walking according to my physiotherapist, because the five layers of towelling (including the soaker pad) between my thighs help to stop me walking with a scissors gait, which is one of the worst symptoms of Spastic Diplegia CP.
fancy a private chat
I am on skype yahoo and msn
ric99

Ruskington, UK

#25 Aug 27, 2013
John w wrote:
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fancy a private chat
I am on skype yahoo and msn
If there's anything you want to say about this topic, you can say it here. That's what this forum is meant to be for.
Princess Holly

Edgware, UK

#26 Aug 31, 2013
I just want to be free of horrid nappies for good my life has been ruined by bedwetting. I want a boyfriend again but not one that wants to baby me Im not a baby. I just want to be normal
ric99

Lincoln, UK

#27 Aug 31, 2013
Hi Princess Holly, just because someone has to wear nappies due to a medical disability, it doesn't mean that they are babies. There are lots of people like us, of all ages, who genuinely need to wear nappies for protection. Any 'boyfriend' who wants to baby you is not worth having as a boyfriend. There must be lots of boys out there who want you as a girlfriend for who you really are, and not for your disability.
KatA

UK

#28 Sep 6, 2013
Princess Holly wrote:
I just want to be free of horrid nappies for good my life has been ruined by bedwetting. I want a boyfriend again but not one that wants to baby me Im not a baby. I just want to be normal
Sorry to hear that Holly, it's not nice to be babied. Do u only wear terry nappies ? Have u tried maybe tena pads at night ?
Also how do u cope in the day, don't u find terry nappies show u under your day clothes ?
Snapon

UK

#29 Sep 8, 2013
Princess holy nice to meet you iam wearing my terry nappy with pink plastic pants my mum has made me wear a pink pvc skirt with a pink top she has bought me a pink plastic mac and pink wellies hope you txt bk soon x x
princess Holly

Edgware, UK

#30 Sep 11, 2013
Yes KatA I have tried tena but the point that I wear terry is to reduce my carbon footprint which is why I switched to them in the first place.
No body is babying me but most of the guys on here seem to think Im a baby because of my nocturnal enuresis.I just want to be a woman pure and simple .
ric99

Spalding, UK

#31 Sep 12, 2013
princess Holly wrote:
No body is babying me but most of the guys on here seem to think Im a baby because of my nocturnal enuresis.I just want to be a woman pure and simple .
Hi Princess Holly, that's because unfortunately most of the (so-called) guys on here are ABDLs, and they like to think that everyone else here is like them.
We real guys don't think you are a baby because of your nocturnal enuresis disability and the way that you deal with it.
I have Cerebral Palsy and I also wear terries, and I'm definitely not a baby, and I know that you're not either. Just ignore the ABDLs, who shouldn't be here anyway.
Princess Holly

Norwich, UK

#32 Oct 2, 2013
Not easy I don't choose to wear nappies, Just essential dress for sleeping in like wellingtons for a day in the country. just glad I sleep alone at the moment and nobody has to see me like this.
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#33 Oct 3, 2013
Hi Princess Holly, terry nappies aren't necessarily lower carbon footprint than disposables, when you consider all the energy that's used up in washing them. Did you find that disposables tended to leak if you slept on your side, or does that only happen for boys? I only wear shaped terries now as they're more comfortable than disposables and don't give me a bad allergic rash like disposables do.
Robb

United States

#34 Oct 3, 2013
I wear cloth prefolds to bed with plastic panties. They're birdseye. Mom got some made out of terry but they were kinda hard and scratchy. Birdseye or twill
are a lot softer They make my butt fat but i'm in bed so it doesn't matter.
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#35 Oct 4, 2013
Robb wrote:
I wear cloth prefolds to bed with plastic panties. They're birdseye. Mom got some made out of terry but they were kinda hard and scratchy. Birdseye or twill
are a lot softer They make my butt fat but i'm in bed so it doesn't matter.
I don't know what sort of terry towelling your prefolds were made from, but my shaped terry nappies are certainly not hard or scratchy. They are soft and very comfortable to wear. Because of my Cerebral Palsy I have to wear them 24/7, not just in bed.
Steve

Evesham, UK

#36 Oct 4, 2013
ric99 wrote:
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I don't know what sort of terry towelling your prefolds were made from, but my shaped terry nappies are certainly not hard or scratchy. They are soft and very comfortable to wear. Because of my Cerebral Palsy I have to wear them 24/7, not just in bed.
My terry nappies are so comfortable I hardly notice them once on.
ric99

Grimsby, UK

#37 Oct 4, 2013
Steve wrote:
<quoted text>My terry nappies are so comfortable I hardly notice them once on.
I agree. The shaped terry nappies that my mum made for me are by far the most comfortable ones I've ever worn, especially when worn with Suprima 1287 polyurethane coated polyester pants. I’m only aware that I’m wearing nappies because I put them on really tight so that they don’t leak, or sag down toward my knees when I’m standing. I’m also not even aware that they are wet until they are saturated and ready to be changed.

They also help with my walking gait, because the 5 thicknesses of terry towelling (double thickness nappy plus 3 thicknesses of terry soaker pad) between my legs stop my knees coming together in what’s called a scissors gait due to Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy. It’s a lot more comfortable that having to wear long leg braces.
Emma

Saint Peter Port, Guernsey

#38 Nov 18, 2013
Im sixteen and have worn nappies since I was a baby. I am ashamed to admit I am cronic bedwetter. My mom still puts my nappies ( two folded) on me every night, I am still at school and hate having to say no to friends sleepovers. Mom buys all my nappies, plastic panties, baby powder and cream as I would be to embarassed going and paying for them. Mom keeps my mary smooth and hairfree, it helps me to stop getting rashes. Im still quite small for my age so she buys me junior size plastic panties which fit me so they dont rustle much when I move, I usually have my nappies on by nine o clock so I can go to bed when I want. I used to get embarassed when my sisters and brother saw me but they accept I wet myself and I am known as baby at home as Im the youngest anyway

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