So, I was browsing through my photo collection the other day and noticed a few baby pictures of one of my (very much) younger cousins wearing practically nothing but a nappy. He was displaying the classic "duck's tail" of a soggy nappy, and it occurred to me that whether due to stretchiness, or a deliberate deepening of the seat, baby nappies seem to offer more room (relatively speaking) for bowel movements.
I very rarely mess, since I don't like the clean-up afterwards, but I don't think I've ever encountered an adult nappy that made it an easy experience. There's very little room for bowel movements to expand into, even when the nappy is wet enough to sag. Now, this isn't all that surprising, since faecal incontinence is a small subset of adult incontinence, but it did get me wondering - are there any adult nappies that are constructed specifically with faecal incontinence in mind? Had anyone ever encountered a nappy with a deep seat? I'm pretty sure that I never have.