New here seeking help because I'm slowly accepting what my urologist told me on Friday. I have mild Cerebral Palsy (CP) and have never had issues with incontinence until October. After a terrible fall I became weaker and started losing my ability to stay continent. It has progressively worsened for the last few months. As of Friday my doctor recommended diapering 24/7. I am not an AB this is all very scary to me, but I want to accept the new changes to my body without fearing them.
My doctor thinks plastic pants in the nights are the best option with cloth diapers. It has been very hard to adjust to this, and when I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror the other day wearing this bunchy diaper I cried myself to sleep.
I would greatly appreciate your thoughts and help on accepting this.
The knowledge that I will be in diapers the rest of my life is almost overwhelming.