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    Default Looking for a Good Pull Up.

    I'm planing to start using a pull up at night with the idea of getting up when needed, but having a pull up in place in case I miss or I'm too slow. I'm not all together sure I want to wear a tape on to bed, but having wet shorts isn't working either. Thanks in advance for your feed back.


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    Northshore Supreme Pullup has been a great find for me. Holds three good wettings and fits like a glove

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    the best pull ive found is the always descreet there made for women but im a male and have bought them many times plus theres a lot of coupons for them so there cheap to buy they hold a ton there great for all night protection

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    Depends on how heavy or light you wet. I like Tena pull-ups for heavier wetting and Always Discreet for lighter wettings.

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    It's not going to be more convient if it leaks... also I'd advise seeing if you can even get comfortable after weting when sleeping (its not as easy as it sounds especially if it leaks all over the sheets as even the absorbent pull on ones tend to do unless you are one of the rare perfect figure for pullup individuals. It might be easier and more comfortable to consider a porta commode.
    Last edited by rennecfox; 17-May-2017 at 08:43.

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    Well, considering your "intent" is to not use them at all, a pulkup probably is a good bet for you.

    I've heard northsore's pullup is about the best out there, and actually works for light incontinence and dribbling. Though I'm a heavy wetter and haven't tried them myself.

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    Just like others have said, if you intend to wear for just in case, then it should be good. This depends on your accident output. If you sometimes don't wake up, a pull up might not be a logical solution. How much do you void when you do have an accident? What type of incontinence do you have?

    Pull ups have no side protection. The waterproof lining is minimal. You need to come to a conclusion about protection vs convenience.

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    My reasons for wearing are urinary. At night, I typically get up 5 or 6 times and as many as 8 to pee. I always wake up to go and am able to get to the bathroom fine. The problem is between the time I get the signal and the time I get to the toilet. My flow just starts so quickly that I end up wetting myself some between the bed and the toilet. Times this by 5 or 6 and by morning I have wet shorts.

    I've tried sleeping in a tape on brief, but this didn't work well and I feel like I'm better off to get up and go to the toilet since I wake up anyway. The idea of the pull up is to catch what happens between bed and the bathroom. After trying to sleep in a ConfiDry, I have no illusions of a pull up working to catch much more than the leaks.

    I've tried the Tena Women's underwear and they were ok. The Always is a good idea. I also tried north shore go supreme, but found them to be uncomfortable. Before making this post, I was back and forth between tranquility overnight and Tena unisex pull ups. I finally ordered Tranquility pull ups so I shall see


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    Quote Originally Posted by trouble63 View Post
    My reasons for wearing are urinary. At night, I typically get up 5 or 6 times and as many as 8 to pee. I always wake up to go and am able to get to the bathroom fine. The problem is between the time I get the signal and the time I get to the toilet. My flow just starts so quickly that I end up wetting myself some between the bed and the toilet. Times this by 5 or 6 and by morning I have wet shorts.

    I've tried sleeping in a tape on brief, but this didn't work well and I feel like I'm better off to get up and go to the toilet since I wake up anyway. The idea of the pull up is to catch what happens between bed and the bathroom. After trying to sleep in a ConfiDry, I have no illusions of a pull up working to catch much more than the leaks.

    I've tried the Tena Women's underwear and they were ok. The Always is a good idea. I also tried north shore go supreme, but found them to be uncomfortable. Before making this post, I was back and forth between tranquility overnight and Tena unisex pull ups. I finally ordered Tranquility pull ups so I shall see


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    Trust me, you are NOT better off gettng up to go to go to the tiolet that often. You are better off actually getting 8+ hours of sleep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slomo View Post
    Trust me, you are NOT better off gettng up to go to go to the tiolet that often. You are better off actually getting 8+ hours of sleep.
    I understand what you're saying, but I wake up anyway. I would love to be able to sleep straight through, but it doesn't work that way for me. I could avoid getting up if I could use a ConfiDry without waking up when I need to go and could be sure it wouldn't leak, but I can't seem to get there.

    If the pull up doesn't work satisfactorily, I'm thinking about going bk to a tape on brief w a booster pad and using plastic sheets. If I do go that route I understand that, over time, I may be able to just go in the diaper w/o waking up. I've herd of using hypnosis or a catheter to get past the waking up part, so I may end up giving that a try.

    Thanks so much everyone for you thoughtful responses. It's why I'm here.


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