Ok, I'll start with the standards; Sorry if this topic already exists, did a search and couldn't find it, merge/move/delete if it does, etc (all with full respect and pleasantries, naturally ).
Right, now that's out of the way;
I've been having a bit of a problem lately, my chemist has run out of the diapers I usually use (been about 3 weeks since they had any in, trouble at the warehouse, donchaknow), so I've been forced to use a backup plan (I've got many backups for every one of my plans... but that's another story) of using some Tena Flex (almost identical to Abriform Airwing, if that helps).
The problem I'm having is that I'm finding them extremely uncomfortable compared to the Tena Slip (my usual). The velcro pads cut and chafe, their loose nature pulls the corner of the pads and dig into my skin and whenever I can get them tight they are way too tight (they seem to have no 'comfortably snug' fit... they're always either too tight or too loose).
I've tried folding the belt section over to separate the pads from the skin, I've tried cutting the corners of the pads off, I've even tried padding the belt area out with soft cloth and that just rode free before it could be of any use, I've tried wearing them loose and I've tried wearing them tight and they're always uncomfortable for me.
Generally, what I'm asking here is this; What diapers do people have physical comfort issues with, have you found a way to deal with it successfully and, most importantly (for me, at least, ), is it possible to get Tena Flex to fit without chafing?