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    So I finally received my bambino from UPS today. It is the first time that I have gotten Tabbed diapers and I'm pretty excited. I have been wearing Depends for the last week or so. I worn depends this morning until UPS came then I changed right into my new Bambino. I wet my depends diaper once before this morning, but hadn't since. Every once and a while I would feel like I was about to wet again but it subsided.

    I put my Bambino on and went about my business, Playing Counter Strike to be exact. Mid game, I don't know it just hit me. There was nothing I could do I felt helpless. I started to wet my new diaper. This was the first time that I wet a diaper without having to think about it. Really I had no intention of it. It was so sudden I was sitting in my girlfriends computer chair. I don't sit in it f I'm indenting to wet incase it leaks. I usual get a wooden char that would be easy to clean.

    When It started to flow it felt SO good. Like one of the best things I have ever felt. made me smile a big grin I wet so much I wasn't sure if would all hold so I had to get out of the chair in case. Sorry Counter Strike team for losing us that round... it was totally worth it!

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    You succeeded at diaper training. Basically you trained yourself to be in a relaxed state when in diapers, so it just comes out without having to really think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NovaDL View Post
    You succeeded at diaper training. Basically you trained yourself to be in a relaxed state when in diapers, so it just comes out without having to really think about it.
    I hope this happens more often! Usually I have to think about it.

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    We should call this the 'Bambino Effect'. Works for me every time.

    Welcome to the big leagues!

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    Quote Originally Posted by plasticsounds View Post
    We should call this the 'Bambino Effect'. Works for me every time.

    Welcome to the big leagues!
    It just happened again lol.. not as much but still

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    I don't know, but it looks like your body knows that you are wearing a diaper. In case of pull ups, when you put them on, it's like putting underwear on, so your body thinks it's not ok to wet them, but tape diapers require another procedure to put them on, take more time, so I believe the body thinks that now it's ok to wet them.

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    I guess I must be different. I wear the Bellissimos, but mostly to help keep my skin dry and from developing problems. When I have access to a restroom, I use it! I really don't like being out, and not having a choice but to use the tool for its given purpose. I have a nervous system that's so messed up, I tried a regular cloth toddler prefold in a standard brief. Unfortunately, I didn't last long because the discomfort was so bad. I really wish I did not have my condition at all. But then again, I guess I don't get to choose my biological makeup and the type of nervous system I have.

    You know, I guess I'm lucky. Because those who actually enjoy the Bambinos, are the ultimate testers. They can give a true evaluation of a product that most people would absolutely abhor, and the results are quite accurate. The final design really benefits people who are in my unfortunate situation; those who are developmentally disabled with a nervous system that is essentially shot, and lacks any affect at all. What Bambino has, works. And they work better than other products I've seen. I will get my doctor to specify the Bellissimos, or similar products, when we start working with Medicaid in earnest. I am also hoping that my practitioner can write an effective letter to my employer, explaining the need for the diapers, and the need to use one of the assisted care lockers instead of the public restrooms in the building I spend most of my time working in.

    Wish me luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honeywell6180 View Post
    You know, I guess I'm lucky. Because those who actually enjoy the Bambinos, are the ultimate testers. They can give a true evaluation of a product that most people would absolutely abhor, and the results are quite accurate. The final design really benefits people who are in my unfortunate situation; those who are developmentally disabled with a nervous system that is essentially shot, and lacks any affect at all. What Bambino has, works. And they work better than other products I've seen. I will get my doctor to specify the Bellissimos, or similar products, when we start working with Medicaid in earnest. I am also hoping that my practitioner can write an effective letter to my employer, explaining the need for the diapers, and the need to use one of the assisted care lockers instead of the public restrooms in the building I spend most of my time working in.
    There are actually plenty of IC people providing good reviews of nappies in use. The problem is that most adult nappy manufacturers don't pay all that much attention, since 90% of the time, the end user isn't the one paying for them - medical organisations or insurers are, and they are driven by cost more than anything, which is arguably why former "Rolls Royce" nappies like Abena have declined in quality as material prices have risen - they're trying to maintain the same price point, so have to compromise the design. AB/DL nappies are different in that the end user IS the one paying for them, so the manufacturers pay much more attention to our feedback. We're also not quite as sensitive to price as a commercial organisation.

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    Good luck trying to get an insurer/ Medicaid to pay for Bambino's, you will probably get more traction in trying something like the Wellness brief,either way you have an uphill battle,why you essentially need to prove to them is with less diapers and less expense you can manage your care better. The most decent diaper currently covered by insurance/ Medicaid ( two states still will cover ATN's) nothing beyond those are covered, even cloth diapers are covered so poorly that it's a joke( in my state cloth diapers are a covered expense however they only are allowed 2 per month and the maximum payment/ reimbursement is 23 cents per diaper, even if you could buy some cheap Chinese ones of eBay they cost a he'll of a lot more and eBay is not a medical provider so they would not be covered, the exception to this is Angelfluff diapers are covered almost entirely (including plastic pants and onesies so long as they are solid color and have no prints)by the Veterans administration Angelfluff even has all the necessary VA paperwork available on their website, if you can't tell I'm the defacto expert for diaper coverage in my state as I studied this stuff in depth to fight for my own coverage which resulted in me ultimately using $10,000 to purchase cloth, although in my state if you are physically disabled and have a PCA through a center for independent living you can access a $20,000 grant to modify your home to make it more accesible or use for any specialized medical equipment that is not covered by CMS. ( depending on your state you may have that available to you as well). It does take study and effort to find and use these benefits but they can be utilized to improve your life.

    Peace

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    I've never had to order products through insurance, I was just assuming they'd deal with it just like they do a doctor visit. Dentist fills a cavity, charges $150. Your insurance will pay up to $125, so you end up covering the remaining $25. But judging from some of the comments I've read, it looks more like "we'll do these brands only, but cover them 100%, anything else you're completely on your own"?

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