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    Default Hello all, new guy from UK here

    Hi all new guy from Uk here who just happens to be a full time wheelchair driver owing to being paraplegic that is paralysed from the waist down. That said I'm very active and independent and have battled bladder incontinence for years trying various products/devices in an effort to stay reasonably dry and avoiding too much embarrassing moments!!
    Really up for chat so please stop by and say hello

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    Hey hey! Welcome from another uk guy! ;-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelz4legz View Post
    Hi all new guy from Uk here who just happens to be a full time wheelchair driver owing to being paraplegic that is paralysed from the waist down. That said I'm very active and independent and have battled bladder incontinence for years trying various products/devices in an effort to stay reasonably dry and avoiding too much embarrassing moments!!
    Really up for chat so please stop by and say hello
    Good (Very late at night!)!
    Welcome!
    I myself have Cerebral Palsy and Autism.
    I have been wearing dydees since 1986.

    Caitian X


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    Thank you for welcome

    Quote Originally Posted by caitianx View Post
    Good (Very late at night!)!
    Welcome!
    I myself have Cerebral Palsy and Autism.
    I have been wearing dydees since 1986.

    Caitian X


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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelz4legz View Post
    Hi all new guy from Uk here who just happens to be a full time wheelchair driver owing to being paraplegic that is paralysed from the waist down. That said I'm very active and independent and have battled bladder incontinence for years trying various products/devices in an effort to stay reasonably dry and avoiding too much embarrassing moments!!
    Really up for chat so please stop by and say hello
    Hi and welcome. It's great to meet you. We're a very friendly bunch here and I hope sincerely that you have a great time.

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    Hi Adrian thank you very much really appreciated, unfortunately I cant send pm just yet but please feel free to drop me a mesage
    Last edited by wheelz4legz; 07-May-2017 at 07:35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wheelz4legz View Post
    Hi all new guy from Uk here who just happens to be a full time wheelchair driver owing to being paraplegic that is paralysed from the waist down. That said I'm very active and independent and have battled bladder incontinence for years trying various products/devices in an effort to stay reasonably dry and avoiding too much embarrassing moments!!
    Really up for chat so please stop by and say hello
    I might just add that my college girlfriend was a paraplegic, too. Like you, she had incontinence issues which she accommodated 'quite well' and actually kinked me
    into this. Long story, pleasant memories !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewgdfw View Post
    I might just add that my college girlfriend was a paraplegic, too. Like you, she had incontinence issues which she accommodated 'quite well' and actually kinked me
    into this. Long story, pleasant memories !
    Yes I've been fortunate in the past having a partner that was 'kinked' by my condition, its really great for boosting one's self confidence

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    Hi I'm from essex UK I suffer from a very weak bladder all my life Im ok in places that is near a loo like visiting family friends work is a problem so I wear tena knickers as the loos are upstairs as I work for Morrisons I'm on the shopfloor it's busy often come home with very wet clothes now I dont. So I wear protection when I'm out walking working and over the allotment so toilets there

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