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    So I have a super-long plane flight coming up soon (East coast of US to Hong Kong, and eventually back). I was planning on bringing a few ABU spaces with me for the flight. Has anybody worn one for a 12+hr long flight before? Any recommendations?

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    no real experience flying, but the space is a good choice I think for the trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dressesRbestest View Post
    So I have a super-long plane flight coming up soon (East coast of US to Hong Kong, and eventually back). I was planning on bringing a few ABU spaces with me for the flight. Has anybody worn one for a 12+hr long flight before? Any recommendations?
    12 hour flight, no. 12 hours, yes. All I'd recommend is try not to absolutely guzzle fluid (even the Space has a limit), and make sure that you have a bowel movement before you put it on. Otherwise, it should be no different to wearing one anywhere else.

    You might ask JoJo1993 for his experiences. He mentioned wearing one when he flew long-haul from Atlanta to Manchester (about 8.5 hours).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akastus View Post
    12 hour flight, no. 12 hours, yes. All I'd recommend is try not to absolutely guzzle fluid (even the Space has a limit), and make sure that you have a bowel movement before you put it on. Otherwise, it should be no different to wearing one anywhere else.

    You might ask JoJo1993 for his experiences. He mentioned wearing one when he flew long-haul from Atlanta to Manchester (about 8.5 hours).
    This is great advice. Especially about making sure you go number two ahead of time.

    I've worn diapers on the red eye from L.A. plenty of times. I rarely fly without out them out of convenience for my O.A.B. and leaks. Also, no matter how hard I try I can't get an isle seat. blech. I've always stripped myself of any garments right before the TSA, and re applied right after. If I'm having a leaky day, I just pray no one notices if something were to happen.

    ABU diapers are pretty good for the most part, so I can see them holding up just fine on a long flight. With that said, don't be afraid to change. Bring a satchel or shoulder bag with you to hold your diapers and keep it under the seat in front of you. No one will immediately come to the 'diaper conclusion' if they see you toting a bag to the lavatory.

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    I've made the 13 hour flight to Asia didn't wear a diaper tho. You will probably have to change once if you have a premium diaper on. I recall that they played like 3 movies on the trip, hopefully u get good ones. When u gotta poop do it on the way to the bathroom or in it you don't want to make the plane smell bad.

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    Thanks for all the great advice everyone! I don't poop in my diaper so that won't be an issue. I figured I'd probably need to change at least once but I didn't think about bringing a shoulder bag for easy access. I have a few I could use.

    I always wear regular clothes going thru the tsa to avoid any issues and change once I'm thru. I have this full length peasant skirt I like to wear while traveling (with pockets, Yay pockets!) so changing should be easy.

    Thanks again for everyone being so super nice and helpful!

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    a premium diaper may last you 12 hrs, but there's going to be an odor problem much sooner than that. Although changing on a plane isn't pleasant, I think I'd actually either plan to change twice, or would just use the toilet normally as I often do at home and at work, while keeping my diaper mostly on.

    Remember, don't make it a hassle, chore, really inconvenient, unpleasant, etc. Find a way to indulge while enjoying it or at least not being seriously inconvenienced.

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    I fly around 150,000 miles a year, including many long flights to both Europe and Asia. I am always thickly diapered. Thankfully, I am blessed to generally almost always fly in either First or Business Class when flying over the pond. My SOP is to wear a thick, premium diaper on the plane (like an Abena or Bellissimo or Dry 24/7). Then, after the meal service, I will change into my pajamas and layered diapers (usually add a Large Attends and baby diaper on top of the premium diaper). For the ultra long-hauls to Hong Kong, I'll usually add another diaper or 2 on top of that. If you're in coach, I'd recommend diapering up thickly ahead of the flight and limiting fluids. Hope this helps!

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    I was planning on bringing 4 diapers with me on the plane. If I need more supplies I can put them in my hubby's backpack (he spoils me like that). I suffer from minor urge IC and 95% of the time it isn't an issue, but had a REALLY close call on a plane once. The plan is to just use the bathroom normally, but I like knowing the diaper is there if I need it.

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    Hi how long are you going to stay Hk ? Am hopping if you have any Abu space diapers that you don't mind selling one or two to me , cause it's very hard for me to get across these diapers

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