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Thread: Idea for a Wearing Schedule

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    Cool Idea for a Wearing Schedule

    This is what I've been following lately.

    From Sunday through Friday-
    Morning (during work): no diaper products whatsoever
    Afternoon (after work): pull-ups (the new Magnifico brand)
    Bedtime: traditional tape-on diapers (so usually one per night)

    Saturday (my day off)-
    Morning through afternoon: a second traditional diaper
    Overnight into Sunday: no diaper products

    Sunday: back to the Sunday-Friday schedule

    The reasoning behind this is that while I enjoy wearing regularly (but only in safe places like the comfort of my own home), I also want to keep bladder control. Also, the rotation of what I wear seems to add a little variety in my life.

    So far, this seems to work for me. It's something I recommend fellow ABDLs to try as I think it might keep certain things in balance. If anyone has other suggestions, though, I'd like to hear them, too

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    A schedule, yes, lets everyone try it. But your schedule, no, I think that is what works for you and everyone else should select their own.

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    I'm inclined to believe this would "change" up your diapering habits enough to retain bladder control fairly decently. You might have furthering problems with incontinence further down the line, but switching it up like this (especially overnight) should in theory delay that from happening.

    Like Fascinating inferred though, everyone is different. What works for you might not work for someone else. It's a good starting point though.

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    Before my car accident, I only wore at night at home alone during the week. On the weekend, I would wear all day and night Saturday, and on Sunday, I would wear at night for bed time only. Now I get to wear 24/7 thanks to that accident. But that's not a bad thing, just gives me a reason to have my diapers.

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    I think everyone is unique, so different patterns and schedules might work for them. It's good to share yours though, since others might want to try it and, at any rate, it's very good that you've managed to find a good balance for yourself.

    One thing I will note, though, is that it's pretty hard to cause incontinence just by wearing diapers. It's possible, especially if people intentionally mess up their peeing habits and never hold it. But if you just wear diapers, even all the time, and then pee when you have to pee, you're not going to lose your continence. I've gone several short 24/7 periods (like, for a week or so) and it's never been an issue, and even people who have gone much longer have not reported having problems simply from wearing a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babymike1985 View Post
    Before my car accident, I only wore at night at home alone during the week. On the weekend, I would wear all day and night Saturday, and on Sunday, I would wear at night for bed time only. Now I get to wear 24/7 thanks to that accident. But that's not a bad thing, just gives me a reason to have my diapers.
    first of all, Im glad youre okay! What kind of injury did you sustain ? Im just curious when i hear people who were DLs but then actually end up physically needing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieRoni View Post
    I think everyone is unique, so different patterns and schedules might work for them. It's good to share yours though, since others might want to try it and, at any rate, it's very good that you've managed to find a good balance for yourself.

    One thing I will note, though, is that it's pretty hard to cause incontinence just by wearing diapers. It's possible, especially if people intentionally mess up their peeing habits and never hold it. But if you just wear diapers, even all the time, and then pee when you have to pee, you're not going to lose your continence. I've gone several short 24/7 periods (like, for a week or so) and it's never been an issue, and even people who have gone much longer have not reported having problems simply from wearing a lot.
    A week of freely peeing wouldn't cause incontinence. A year though is a whole different story. It's not as hard as you think to let a muscle atrophy. All you need to do is not exercise it.

    Look at astronauts. After a year in space, and even with their exercising, they loose the ability to even walk when they get back. It takes months of rehab for them to regain it. Loosing continence through disuse of the sphincter muscle isn't that different.

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    Long list lol, but here it goes. Shattered jaw, broke arm, and just about all my ribs, collapsed lung, ruptured spleen, damaged my bladder, which is why I have to wear 24/7 now, and brain bleed. Cause of all the facial damage had to get a tracheotomy done so I could breath, and had a tube in my side to keep lung inflated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babymike1985 View Post
    Long list lol, but here it goes. Shattered jaw, broke arm, and just about all my ribs, collapsed lung, ruptured spleen, damaged my bladder, which is why I have to wear 24/7 now, and brain bleed. Cause of all the facial damage had to get a tracheotomy done so I could breath, and had a tube in my side to keep lung inflated.
    So sorry about that.

    To the OP, You're actually going to use the Magnifico Pull-Ups? They're Horrible!

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