Just thought i share my diapered at the dentist and doctor experiences.
My first dentist appointment after moving to a new location I scheduled online. I made note on the scheduling form that i wore diapers and wanted that to be put in my medical conditions so the dentist wouldn't be surprised if the diaper was showing. Last time i went to the dentist i wore a shirt that was shorter then a usually where so that when they leaned my chair all the way back by shirt would raise up and i would be unable to hide the diaper no matter what. It worked, i was getting cavities filled and throughout the 2 and a half hour long appointment the waistband of by diaper was completely exposed for anyone to see that walked by. The dentist looked down at it at one point after she first noticed it but never said anything. My diaper was very saturated by the end of the appointment, i wish so bad that the dentist would have asked something like "now do we need to take a quick break for you to change yourself?" at some point throughout the appointment or maybe i could have leaked and waited for the dentist to notice and tell me i'm leaking and need to change by diaper.
My only diapered at the doctor experience was when i was having back pain and went to urgent care. he was an older doctor and asked me to take off by shirt, completely exposing the diaper. He ran his hand down my back as i bent over, checking things out and even over the lower back that was covered in diaper. He never said a word until he was about to prescribe medications and asked me why i was wearing a diaper. To this day i was i would have said something like, well, if i didn't have the diaper on there would be a puddle in your exam room but instead i just told him i had some bladder control problems in the past and now i just where them just in case.
I don't have a primary care doctor at the moment but if i do i would really like to find a way to get them to just expect me in diapers, have incontinent listed in my medical record, and not want to try and question it or run tests for it.