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    MassIncon

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    I love to go to the beach in the summer, but haven't since I started to need diapers. I'm going tomorrow.

    It seemed really problematic for me to wear a diaper at the beach but I've found a solution that I'm going to try. Since I'm only urinary incontinent, I figure I don't really need to wear all day there. I ordered a "clamp" which I wouldn't think is a good "all the time" solution as diapers seem best. Long term clamp wearing seems like it could cause circulation to be cut off, and that's one area where I'd like to not cut off circulation for too long.

    I figure I'll just wear the clamp and then discreetly take it off in the water, and pop it back on when coming out of the water. Obviously going into the water while wearing a diaper would be an issue as would trying to change at a beach with no public restrooms. Also since i don't wear a shirt at the beach I don't have to worry about the diaper showing above my waistband of my swim shorts.

    I'll let you know how it does.

    What do you all do at the beach or pool?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MassIncon View Post
    I love to go to the beach in the summer, but haven't since I started to need diapers. I'm going tomorrow.

    It seemed really problematic for me to wear a diaper at the beach but I've found a solution that I'm going to try. Since I'm only urinary incontinent, I figure I don't really need to wear all day there. I ordered a "clamp" which I wouldn't think is a good "all the time" solution as diapers seem best. Long term clamp wearing seems like it could cause circulation to be cut off, and that's one area where I'd like to not cut off circulation for too long.

    I figure I'll just wear the clamp and then discreetly take it off in the water, and pop it back on when coming out of the water. Obviously going into the water while wearing a diaper would be an issue as would trying to change at a beach with no public restrooms. Also since i don't wear a shirt at the beach I don't have to worry about the diaper showing above my waistband of my swim shorts.

    I'll let you know how it does.

    What do you all do at the beach or pool?
    I stay out of public pools, etc...

    Also, I'm not sure how it would work without a bag yet, a condom-catheter, may be a better bet... clamp the tube not, your appendage... You could probably use a short coil of the tubing that attaches to said, external cath...

    also, don't open such an arrangement in the water... you risk trapping contaminants within the sheath and, places, you don't want...

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    MassIncon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marka View Post
    I stay out of public pools, etc...

    Also, I'm not sure how it would work without a bag yet, a condom-catheter, may be a better bet... clamp the tube not, your appendage... You could probably use a short coil of the tubing that attaches to said, external cath...

    also, don't open such an arrangement in the water... you risk trapping contaminants within the sheath and, places, you don't want...
    it's a clamp designed for the penis, nothing to do with bags and caths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MassIncon View Post
    it's a clamp designed for the penis, nothing to do with bags and caths.
    Thank you, I got that... what I'm suggesting is an alternative to clamping your penis... it should be a healthier and more comfortable option... for up to a full day of use... see?

    The condom cath is affixed to your penis then, you clamp the tubing that goes on this not, your penis...

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    MassIncon

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    I don't think that would work. Clamping the tubing would cause pressure and most likely cause the condom part to slip off.

    Penis clamps are padded and soft. I don't think they'd be good for 24/7 and long term use, but I'm thinking this will work great for a day at the beach. Was just wondering if other men had tried them, and in general what the broader membership does at the beach.

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    Well okay then... hopefully, that does work well for you and, we'll wait and see what others advise too...

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    You will probably be disappointed the "geezer squeezer" are usually uncomfortable and cumbersome to manipulate , let alone in the water ,as a general rule wearing a swim diaper under a bathing suit is much easier especially if you enjoy the beach ,many times people find the clamps good for causing abrasions and discomfort of the penis as from what I have been told the foam padding degrades rapidly when wet and does not adhere to the device well , at least that's what my Urologist told me , I was going to do aqua therapy a few years ago and my Uro prescribed condom caths and drain bags ,never did the therspy because a therapy pool with a lift was 4 hours away round trip and the physical therapist expected me to bring an aide to work me in the water well he laid on chair poolside ( getting paid to have someone else do your work , who is not licensed or insured to do it , my Doctor was livid at that scam ) so those caths are sitting around here somewhere , i used to be part fish loved the water but havent even showerd in 10 years .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MassIncon View Post
    I don't think that would work. Clamping the tubing would cause pressure and most likely cause the condom part to slip off.

    Penis clamps are padded and soft. I don't think they'd be good for 24/7 and long term use, but I'm thinking this will work great for a day at the beach. Was just wondering if other men had tried them, and in general what the broader membership does at the beach.
    If, you're just a trickle IC and, you have any bladder capacity remaining... you should, be able to release this around every 20-mins or so (depending on your fluid intake)... It should be roughly the same issue, as clamping your penis... they do make an extended length adhesive, condom-cath... you could just about make it into a water-balloon without it coming off... might pull on the skin though...

    Also, if you have any control left... wear baggy swim trunks and either pee in the sand frequently through a leg opening or, pee in the water (not int he pool), whenever it happens... I can do this with skirts or sarongs...

    Just another thought,
    -Marka

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    This Past Saturday afternoon I went to Hampton Beach, Hampton, New Hampshire, and yes, I went into the water.
    Yes, My diaper swelled-up with seawater.
    But, I was happy that I, leg braces CP/Autism boy "took a swim" in the ocean.


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    I'd suggest using Guard Pads in your swim trunks. You can put them into the inner liner and if you don't flood too much they will hold up for one big or two moderate wettings. Then before you head into the water it's fairly quick, easy, and discreet, to just reach into your trunks and pull out the wet pad. You'll need to have a beach bag with plastic bags nearby to stash the wet pad in but with a little foresight you should be able to pull off the pad removal without anyone noticing since it takes only about 5 seconds. At worst you can kind of drape a towel over your middle and do the pad removal. Then hit the surf and do what ever. When you get out of the water you can just slip another pad into place. It's worked for me many times and nobody was ever the wiser.
    Last edited by Padded53; 05-Jul-2017 at 22:21.

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