This is a question for incontinent guys and girls.
I was reading an excellent thread about whether we we NEED or WANT diapers and it set me thinking about my own situation. I've been incontinent for many years following a spinal chord injury. I always managed this with a combination of indwelling catheters, condom catheters and ISC. At one point I even had an artificial sphincter fitted but it failed and had to be removed. A chance encounter with someone resulted in my trying diapers (or nappies to us UK guys but I quite like the term 'diaper') and they've completely changed my life. I described how I feel about them in the thread that started me thinking so explaining again I'll quote part of what I said below:
"Wearing diapers has seen my incontinence change from being a chore to handle to being a pleasure. So much so that I hate it when the time comes to take my diaper off but love the action of putting on a fresh, dry, disposable diaper. They've become a very important part of my life, not just as a means of dealing with my leaking bladder but also for the physical and emotional joy wearing gives me. I love the physical procedure of changing my diaper and also how it looks on me. I feel content and comforted in my diaper. I don't know if this harks back to fond memories of childhood or not, but other feelings I get are definitely adult. I love the feeling of my 'bits' being cocooned in the soft padding, the pressure against them as my diaper swells, touching it, the bulk between my legs, the rustle of the plastic and, most of all, the feeling as I pee and it trickles over my balls. That's incredibly sensual. They stimulate me sexually, comfort me psychologically, and have made me a much happier guy. I might have started out with different reasons for wearing than most members here, but in two short months I've gone from being an incon guy with a bladder problem to being a full on DL who doesn't consider his incontinence to be a problem but as something I can enjoy. And I'm LOVING it!"
So, I'm wondering if there are others who started wearing nappies for medical reasons only to find they've become a DL or, failing that, why do you wear diapers as opposed to other forms of bladder incontinence control.