I want to check out if i am alone in being frustrated by diapers that become saturated/sodden in the front and need changing while the back stays bone dry. I resent this as I buy my own and they cost!
This does not happen when I am lying down and so I guess part of the reason might be that adult diapers were originally designed for people who were bed bound. I have also pondered the old question about whether there really can be an effective unisex adult nappy - and is design still firmly rooted in the needs of female wearers?
I have used pads designed to go inside plastic pants - longish rectangular ones which "wick" liquid into the whole pad very quickly.
My solution would be for manufacturers to build some sort of fast wicking material into the diaper so as to help spread the wetness across all the available padding.
Until they do I guess i am stuck with diapers that are only half full, but all bunched up with only a 1/3rd to a 1/2 of their capacity used.
Or am I worrying about nothing?