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    so lets say I would like to use a catheter and be diapered as a play type thing
    would seeing a specialist for advice be good

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    Can you give us more detail please because it's quite vague? Seeing a specialist about what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbilly View Post
    Can you give us more detail please because it's quite vague? Seeing a specialist about what?
    you know taking care of it and other stuff similar I know it wont be advise

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    Quote Originally Posted by icklespace View Post
    so lets say I would like to use a catheter and be diapered as a play type thing
    would seeing a specialist for advice be good
    Threr is another thread on this subject, it might be the master class in comparison to this one. You should read it.

    If as I suspect, you intend to use a foley open-ended in a diaper, you will most certainly be getting specialist advice after the fact, this along with treatment for your UTI.

    Without exception ALL the information you need is FREELY available on the web from reputable sites, you have only to look. Do two searches back to back, 1/ How a foley is correctly inserted, 2/ Complications and dangers of foley use.

    I strongly suggest you should research your subject, directly from the horses mouth -so to speak, least you fall a victim to Sod's Law which dictates, What can go wrong will go wrong.

    Not much else to say, have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by icklespace View Post
    so lets say I would like to use a catheter and be diapered as a play type thing
    would seeing a specialist for advice be good
    No i dont think so. They would only advise you not to do it and start asking you questions. If you don't get a super cool doc Ofc :p

    I'm here to help you if you need it. I've played with catheters. Just give me all your questions!

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    Everywhere I've looked require prescriptions to buy catheters. Maybe the reason for going to the doctor is that?

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    There are some online sources that will sell to you without a prescription as long as you're paying up front.

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    www.Allegromedical.com Is a good place to order Catheters and and foley kits. No prescription needed.

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    I have 5 cases of self lube caths in my basement. I quit using them, but they sent a box every month there for a while. Please talk to a Doctor or a Nurse before using them. Yes they are simple to use. But can also do damage at the same time.

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    You can really hurt yourself with a catheter if you don't know what you're doing. It's not pleasant. My best friend's fiance is a nurse in the ER in one of the top hospitals in the northeast region, I've heard horror stories.

    Don't be stupid, don't do it.

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