I was diagnosed with idiopathic bi-lateral peripheral neuropathy last year, which is medical-speak for "I'm loosing sensation in my feet and legs and they don't know why." (I'm not diabetic, and my neurologist did a very comprehensive workup to eliminate many other potentially scary causes.)
I didn't think it was that big of a deal, but in the last few months my symptoms have been increasing in strength, so I started looking up long term prognosis for neuropathy like mine. One realistic prognosis includes me losing bladder control and possibly even bowl control.
It's kind of ironic, I guess. I've wanted my whole life to wear diapers for fun. Now that I see a possibility where I don't get to choose when I wear them, it is kind of terrifying. So I guess I'm wondering what your experiences have been for either yourself or family members with neuropathy, and how it has affected their quality of life.
[Note: I'm not seeking medical advice. I have plenty of doctors who are giving me good medical advice, but I'd like to know some real-world experiences of people with neuropathy, and any "living with" practical advice that you may have to share.]