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Thread: BIID and wanting to be Incontinent.

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    Do you think that that a person wanting to be incontinent falls into the remit of having Body identity integrity disorder? I was reading an online article that people with BIID who are perfectly healthy wanting to permanently and seriously maim themselves, primarily in involves people who want a limb amputated but do you think that can also include people who want to make themselves incontinent? It's interesting that 71% of people with BIID have sexual feeling about maining themselves. This is the website I read it on.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/ar...-AROUSING.html

    I have been struggling with wanting to be completely incontinent since my early teens years. I have no sexual feeling towards females or males just with being incontinent and when I'm aroused would think nothing of have surgery on both my sphincters to make me totally incontinent, I think this stems more than just liking diapers. I would be complete being incontinent although I know it's irrational and would have a huge impact on my life.

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    Isn't this really a self control issue? For example, nothing is stopping you from wetting your pants intentionally. But you would prefer to not have that control. I think a lot of us experience this. But aside from going to some foreign country for a surgery that could not be undone and could lead to unforeseen complications we have to look for other ways. Hypnosis can be used to transition you into a different way of looking at this.

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    YES! There are plenty of people here where dl or ab is an integral part of their identity. Being unable to hold your pee is often one part of that mental self identification. It isn't much of a leap to go from that to a physical identity either.

    I've seen (and experienced) plenty of incontinence wishes/ examples/ attempts that closely parallel that of a transgendered person, who also has a form of body identity disorder. I believe amputation would be on the extreme end of that spectrum, with maybe incontinence being on the low end, but still an identity disorder none the less.

    Obviously, the whole abdl community has a wide and varying degree of how much each person is into it. As such, it's likely this would only apply to a small part of abdl's.

    I can say I have always felt the same way as you too though, so it certainly applies to me. Since my early childhood days (long before even puberty and sex entered my mind), I had always felt I was supposed to be incontinent and diapered. Not so oddly, but when I actually did become incontinent from a car wreck it actually felt right to me. Like I could finally be comfortable living in my own body. (Though I do wish how it came about was under better circumstances)

    I assume you're not truly incontinent yourself, correct? If so I would highly recommend against taking any drastic steps to try and become so. At the very least, you should start wearing a diaper ALL of the time. This could possibly change you mind once you see the bills for diaper orders, and the difficuly in dealing with diapers in bad situations.

    At the most, you could consider using foley catheters to simulate temporary incontinence. Again, to test if this is really what you're wanting.

    And if you're still seeing incontinence as a part of your body identity, then I would recommend you do a search for the 12 month reverse potty training program (you don't have to follow the bowel untraining if you don't want to). It slowly untrains your ability to hold pee without causing any actual damage to your body. Best of all, it's slow enough where you can change your mind, and reverse it by simply potty training again.

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    My incontinence desire and libdo has decreased since I have been prescribed strong antipsychotics for Schizoaffective Disorder. Because of the nature of my mental illness I get moments thinking I am mentally well and refuse to take my medication and my libdo and arousul returns with revengence and I strongly contemplate making myself incontinent by any means possible. My desire is not from the psychotic disorder. I remember my fascination going back to when I was in hospital when I was 5 years old and seeing a mentally disabled person with a stack of blue adult diapers stocked beside his bed and me being completely fascinated with them. The incontinent desires started when I first learned the meaning of incontinence and I instantly new thats what I wanted to be. I have never been able to approach the subject with a therapist but would like to explore the subject. I'm not looking for ways to achieve incontinence but to have an explanation on why I have these desires.

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    Having a Schizoaffective Disorder puts a whole different slant on this. I think you should discuss this with your therapist, though that person may be concerned that you might want to harm yourself.

    There are a number of us who fantasize about being incontinent. I wish I could wet my diaper while I'm asleep. I've done it a few times, but not many. If there was some sort of food that could cause this, I would try it, but there really isn't. Being incontinent is or can be, very inconvenient, and I'm well aware of that. I think the desire is centered around wanting to be more like a baby or toddler or at least, feeling that way.

    As for there being a connection to body harming and amputation, they may be in the same ballpark, but distant from one another.

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    It seems like the same thing to me, although perhaps I'd feel differently if it were something I was attracted to. For my part, it's enough to have the diapers; I can manage how I deal with them without further interventions.

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    I would love to be nappy dependent so I guess yeah I would like to be bladder incontinent

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    You say "My desire is not from the psychotic disorder". This is something I easily accept, but, then again, I know virtually nothing about psychotic disorders. I, too, believe there is a distinction between psychological disorders and innate desires, even when those desires seem bizarre to the general public.

    It's just my opinion but, since you identify as a diaper lover, that raises the possibility that, while your diaper desires may be innate, your desire to be incontinent could have logically arisen because you want a socially acceptable reason to wear and use diapers without the stigma normally associated with abnormal desires. Does this make sense?

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    In my eyes I don't think it has anything to do with wanting to be accepted with having a legitimate excuse. I think the stigma is pretty equal in my eyes as it brings a negative effect to both as unconfidently wearing them beinging lower self esteem.

    I myself have a strong desire to be incontinent. It doesn't end there for me. I'm in to the medical fetish world as well. Casts, catheters, feeding tubes, breathing machines, and so on and on... And on. I

    There's a number of things I've fantasized about but not experienced. I don't know where it stems from. I've also had these desires deep in to my childhood as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drifter View Post
    You say "My desire is not from the psychotic disorder". This is something I easily accept, but, then again, I know virtually nothing about psychotic disorders. I, too, believe there is a distinction between psychological disorders and innate desires, even when those desires seem bizarre to the general public.

    It's just my opinion but, since you identify as a diaper lover, that raises the possibility that, while your diaper desires may be innate, your desire to be incontinent could have logically arisen because you want a socially acceptable reason to wear and use diapers without the stigma normally associated with abnormal desires. Does this make sense?
    It makes sense to me, but I do not believe it's correct. While I have the same incontinence identity (I'm not psychotic either), I also do not care about the social stigma nor do I even want to be around others most of the time. This is just more about being comfortable in your own body.

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