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    Default Diaper Pee-Fu

    I wanted to share/discuss some thoughts about the attempt to keep the sphincter continuously relaxed when diapered. Somehow like trying to pee all the time when you are diapered. This way you are not able to influence when it really happens. I think this is quite different from all those attempts to lose bladder control. One might do it for the same reason (the feeling of unconscious wetting), but it's quite the opposite thing as this is about gaining more control.

    The sphincter is most of the time controlled subconsciously. That way we don't have to concentrate on not peeing all the time. Peeing however takes mental attention. It's usually a conscious act. But I think with a little practice this can be turned around.

    Have you ever tried to allow the sphincter to stay opened after peeing? It takes a lot of concentration. The slightest movement of your legs, turning around etc. and you unconsciously close again. Once closed, it's very hard to return to the same level of relaxation that you had right after you've been peeing. So the challenge is to maintain the deep relaxation state. Usually this is easier when you are lying down and not moving around to much.

    My observation is, that keeping the sphincter relaxed is extremely difficult for the first minute after peeing (it almost hurts not to allow it to close). But after a few more minutes it gets easier and easier. Sooner or later the bladder will try to refill and you'll have to pee again. If you've managed to keep your sphincter totally relaxed up to that point, you'll leak even the least amount right away into your diaper. This will not happen unconsciously, as you're likely still focusing on keeping relaxed, but it will somewhat happen automatically.

    Trying to auto relax as soon as you are in a diaper seems to get easier each time you try that again. Similar to how it gets easier to pee into the diaper at all, which is also hard for most people when they do it for the first time.

    Eventually you can condition yourself to be in a relaxed state by default as soon as you wear a diaper.

    Again, I think that this is not about losing control. Rather it's about gaining more control. It's about achieving the ability to freely switch the default relaxation state of the sphincter.

    If that's possible or not I can't say, but it's something interesting to play around with. At least, if you enjoy the feeling of wetting without giving the command to do so.

    Anyhow, would be interesting to hear about the thoughts (or maybe experiences) of others.

    Last edited by mantilla; 31-Jan-2014 at 20:54.

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    I've thought the same thing. I usually don't do it for very long, as the novelty wears off.

    One thing that helps with relaxation is having a diaper you trust. I still have trouble staying relaxed while sleeping, and find it the hardest to pee after waking up after a long nights sleep.

    OT - you may want to change the title of your post: I almost didn't come in because I thought it was a messing thread.

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    Thanks. I agree - having a diaper you can trust helps a lot to relax. I've never managed to stay relaxed while sleeping so far. Another thing is, that I find it hard to tell if my sphincter is completely relaxed or not for as long as I don't need to pee. Right after peeing I can tell the difference much better, that's why I find it easier to start there.
    Last edited by mantilla; 31-Jan-2014 at 21:22.

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    I agree with what the OP said, and also found this to be true. Eventually I was able to train myself to just stay relaxed. It won't be fully like a baby, because you still have muscle tone, but it's something similar. However, be warned: once you start doing this, your bladder muscles will atrophy quickly. After a few days of doing this for several hours a day, you will find it much harder to hold it and will experience more frequent and severe urges to go to the bathroom when you're not diapered. The only way to reverse it is to force yourself to hold it to rebuild that strength. It comes back about as quickly as you lost it, but it's NOT pleasant. You can and will become incontinent if you do this for long enough.

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