Dumb question, best 'Boy' diapers...?

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Heya all!

So, as the title says...I'm wondering what--in your experience--has been the best 'boy' diaper you've encountered?

To clarify, I'm not talking so much about graphics/looks...but moreso the proportion of padding that's shifted more towards the front?

I know the typical way to combat leaks around the upper front of a diaper is to simply get a size up in whatever your current size is...but I've found that I'm in an awkward spot where the next size up is MASSIVELY huge on me. Not to mention I tend to prefer things to be snugger (is that a word??) anyways. So preferably...I'd like to simply find a diaper in my current size (medium) that just has way more padding in the front.

Any ideas? :detective3:detective3
 

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I don't think they make boy/girl type adult diapers. They do make adult boy/girl pull ups. The only difference between them is where they put more padding to catch the pee where it comes out.
 

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Unfortunately, they don’t make anything gender-specific in terms of performance when it comes to adult tab diapers or ABDL diapers. One thing you could try is to add a stuffer or booster to your diaper, orienting it more towards the front. I personally do that with ABU BoostUps, and I’ve found it helps though it makes things a little bulkier.
 

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You could use boosters? There are different widths and lengths available, so you could find one the right size to put at the front of the diaper...?
 

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Heya all!

So, as the title says...I'm wondering what--in your experience--has been the best 'boy' diaper you've encountered?

To clarify, I'm not talking so much about graphics/looks...but moreso the proportion of padding that's shifted more towards the front?

I know the typical way to combat leaks around the upper front of a diaper is to simply get a size up in whatever your current size is...but I've found that I'm in an awkward spot where the next size up is MASSIVELY huge on me. Not to mention I tend to prefer things to be snugger (is that a word??) anyways. So preferably...I'd like to simply find a diaper in my current size (medium) that just has way more padding in the front.

Any ideas? :detective3:detective3
But you know that a disposable diaper is not made to be used from the front, normally it must be directed downwards, so that magically you no longer have leaks in the front
 
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I'd second the Crinklz design, they have fast wicking, decent padding width up front, good capacity, AND the best available standing leak guards. (making them ideal for side-sleepers too)
 

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my advice... get some women's overnight incontinence pads (Poise overnights are good for this), the kind with plastic backing and sticky material , slash some strategically placed holes in the plastic, put it in backwards in the fitted brief so the slim side is in the crotch and the bulkier side is towards the front of the brief extending just past where the padding normally ends
 

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To clarify, I'm not talking so much about graphics/looks...but moreso the proportion of padding that's shifted more towards the front?
I'm sorry that your request for information has been misinterpreted by so many people. I can understand your request, and yes some diapers are very different in padding distribution from front to back. For example, Tranquility ATN's have a massive proportion of its padding distributed to the rear and very little up front. It is difficult for me to recall what products have more generous distribution up front. Most products have more padding in the rear.

Two products that may fit the bill are NorthShore Supreme and MegaMAX. The Supremes accomplish what you are asking by having the best wicking properties of any product I've ever used. They are amazingly efficient of spreading wetness throughout the entire product. The MegaMAX accomplishes greater forward absorbency with it's unique fit. The mediums are cut a bit larger that almost all other medium products. I have found that I get a great fit (nice and snug around the legs) but MUCH more room up front for your package. It means there is more padding there than in other products that, when snug, lay exceptionally flat up front.

I can absolutely understand your desire to find a product with more absorbency up front. For males, I find that a lot of these products are very poorly designed. Our directional capabilities mean we usually point down, which is where the least amount of padding is, in the middle of the products. If you point up you risk moisture escaping directly out the top. Any products with more absorbency up front are amazing.

For me, I tend to look for more absorbency up front simply because of what position I tend to be in when accidents occur...seated. In a seated position the capability of any product is almost solely reliant on absorbency up front and leaks out the back of the legs are common. To this end, the best I've found has been as I've already stated: NorthShore Supreme and MegaMAX.
 

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I'm sorry that your request for information has been misinterpreted by so many people. I can understand your request, and yes some diapers are very different in padding distribution from front to back. For example, Tranquility ATN's have a massive proportion of its padding distributed to the rear and very little up front. It is difficult for me to recall what products have more generous distribution up front. Most products have more padding in the rear.

Two products that may fit the bill are NorthShore Supreme and MegaMAX. The Supremes accomplish what you are asking by having the best wicking properties of any product I've ever used. They are amazingly efficient of spreading wetness throughout the entire product. The MegaMAX accomplishes greater forward absorbency with it's unique fit. The mediums are cut a bit larger that almost all other medium products. I have found that I get a great fit (nice and snug around the legs) but MUCH more room up front for your package. It means there is more padding there than in other products that, when snug, lay exceptionally flat up front.

I can absolutely understand your desire to find a product with more absorbency up front. For males, I find that a lot of these products are very poorly designed. Our directional capabilities mean we usually point down, which is where the least amount of padding is, in the middle of the products. If you point up you risk moisture escaping directly out the top. Any products with more absorbency up front are amazing.

For me, I tend to look for more absorbency up front simply because of what position I tend to be in when accidents occur...seated. In a seated position the capability of any product is almost solely reliant on absorbency up front and leaks out the back of the legs are common. To this end, the best I've found has been as I've already stated: NorthShore Supreme and MegaMAX.
It is normal that disposable diapers do not have a large absorbency on the front since the product is not made to be used in this way
 

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Try the plain white version of the Crinklz diapers (Betterdry) they have the same core and design when I can not get the Betterdry diapers I use one of the Crinklz printed versions to manage my incontinence issues. They are very absorbant and work great.

For a diaper thats a bit wider try the forsite AM/PM
 

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As of last night 1/5/18 at 7:30pm this is my third time ever wearing diapers, first time wearing diapers long term. I'm using the Walgreens certainty unisex briefs size medium, they have two tabs on each side, my periods are so out of control, and yes I'm seeing a doctor and being treated and we are doing every thing we can, I only have to change once every six or seven hours, compared to every three to five minutes with the overnight maxi, and even that was too long of a wait after blood got everywhere, with these walgreens certainty unisex briefs, I sometimes can even go longer than six or seven hours before needing a change. And still be dry on the outside front and back. I use diaper powder, for fresheness, and for preventing rashes, and as for padding in the front its amazing, thick and plenty of coverage and no leaking out, I know I'm a female, but I wear guy clothes more than anything, read my other post and threads on my profile and you'll see why I wear male clothes more than womens, and female diapers/briefs just didn't look absorbant enough, these did the trick, they were 17.99 with tax came out to 21. Something but its 40 in a pack, and I'm in heaven, compared to the hell the over night maxi pad put me through, no more leaking through, and completely dry, even when guards have blue for needing changed. Works wonders for me. Might want to give it a try. Hoped this helps, and I hope I was fast enough with my answer, last night was an urgent ASAP thread when I posted and people responded to me just in time for me to go to the store before things got even more out of control, so I understand the urgency of questions needing answered. I hope this helps. And that you find comfort and peace of mind soon.

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And no your question wasnt dumb at all
 

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Did you find what you were looking for?
Working on giving everything a try that ya'll suggested in this thread (thanks tons btw!!). I wear 99.9% of the time exclusively at night, and *usually* I prefer to sleep facing down--hence the need for someone with tons of the padding towards the front. I've never really attempted using stuffers/boosters kind of thing, but I'm hoping to give that a try--along with the Crinklz and some of the NorthShore stuff ya'll have suggested.

Very much appreciate all the advice!
 

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Working on giving everything a try that ya'll suggested in this thread (thanks tons btw!!). I wear 99.9% of the time exclusively at night, and *usually* I prefer to sleep facing down--hence the need for someone with tons of the padding towards the front. I've never really attempted using stuffers/boosters kind of thing, but I'm hoping to give that a try--along with the Crinklz and some of the NorthShore stuff ya'll have suggested.

Very much appreciate all the advice!
you have already tried to just go down, it should solve a lot of problems, complications.
 

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you have already tried to just go down, it should solve a lot of problems, complications.
At the risk of being TMI-- I've found that since I *mostly* sleep on my stomach/face down...that ends up being kind of difficult or downright painful...but, given the leak situation, I may need to change that regardless to be honest.
 

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At the risk of being TMI-- I've found that since I *mostly* sleep on my stomach/face down...that ends up being kind of difficult or downright painful...but, given the leak situation, I may need to change that regardless to be honest.
We talk about directing sex down , it's not the way to sleep that must be changed :)
 
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