It is funny how things change. I started enjoying many years ago wearing a maxi pad in panties and that led to me starting to use Pose pads in the panties. This in turn led me to start wearing diapers. Now at that time I had no issues with leaking at all. I did find that I did enjoy wearing the diapers and peeing in them and would wear them as often as I could - even to work.
However as you age things do change. About a year or more ago I started to find that when I was not wearing a diaper I would have a slight leaking and it would cause my underwear to be very damp. This progressed to a point where I decided to go to a doctor. I did my research and found that the meds that they use for incontinence do not go well with me being on coumadin. I discussed my probem with my doctor and they checked my prostate and found it was a bit inflamed and put me on cipro. The doctor said that the prostate many or not really be inflamed but to take the cipro for 10 days and see if that helped. If I found that that did not help (OH my BPH was normal) then we would go from there. She did say that with my medical condition that probably just using some form of protection would be best. She ask how I felt about that and I told her that given the side effects and risk I would rather protection than take the risk and she thought that was the best decision.
I do not know if the leaking is due to an inflamed prostate or that it is just due to age or due to me having been wearing diapers as much as I have.
It is funny at one point I thought it would be fun to be incontinent. Well it is quite a shock when you find that it is not just a game that it is actually a part of your life.
I ask her if the leaking would get worse and she said that is hard to say it might clear up with the cipro, it might not, it might stay the same or it might get worse.
The thing is that having gone to the doctor and been told that yes you have a problem has also impacted the way I think is some ways. I use to find that sitting in the car or at my desk was difficult to pee. Now after meeting with her and being told it is real I for some reason do not have that problem anymore. I feel the urine very slowly flowing through my urethra and am finding it difficult to not do so - ie to stop it. I have also found that I have to get up about 3 or 4 times during the night even with reducing the volumn of liquid that I drink during the evening.
I have not told anyone about what she said yet. I plan on waiting and seeing if the cipro fixes the problem or if it continues and if it does will address that later.
Have others on here started to wear diapers for fun and then find that the body (probably in my case due to age) changes that they became incontinent?