Are swim diapers worth it

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Just wondering as i will prob be swimming alot during spring/summer
 
For urine, no! If you plan on pooping, yes as they will do a 'fair' job of keep solids in the diaper.
If you have enough control as to not use them for solids, Please Do Not!
 
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Edgewater said:
For urine, no! If you plan on pooping, yes as they will do a 'fair' job of keep solids in the diaper.
If you have enough control as to not use them for solids, Please Do Not!
Are pampers/huggies swim diapers good?
 
BabyChibi said:
Are pampers/huggies swim diapers good?

All swimming diapers do a 'fair' job of keep solids in!
Sometimes it is better to try wearing a diaper of your choice and place yourself in a bath tub. Then lift a bit to allow it to fill and then stand! The only differences with a swim diaper is the edge bands are a bit tighter. This little test will answer your question and should provide a clear indication of what happens when your pre-wet diaper drains-out in a public setting! The yellow tinted water will be visible to all and you could be band from future use!
 
Edgewater said:
All swimming diapers do a 'fair' job of keep solids in!
Sometimes it is better to try wearing a diaper of your choice and place yourself in a bath tub. Then lift a bit to allow it to fill and then stand! The only differences with a swim diaper is the edge bands are a bit tighter. This little test will answer your question and should provide a clear indication of what happens when your pre-wet diaper drains-out in a public setting! The yellow tinted water will be visible to all and you could be band from future use!
I mean a lake area/pond
 
BabyChibi said:
I mean a lake area/pond
Kindly expand what is the difference as the results are the same, are they not?
Seems that you just want to buy them and use them in a semi to full public setting.
 
I'm not IC.

But I like using disposable swimsmates and a rearz reusable. I wish the swimmates were cuter.

I don't actually use them for bodily functions, just the role play and pretend mode. If you aren't IC, don't do any of that in the pool; unless it's your own pool... but I'm not sure that you'd want to chance that.

If you are only urinary IC they probably aren't worth it because the pee would go right into the water anyway. Maybe they are good from the car to the pool, perhaps. Or you could just go to the restroom and remove your regular protection and jump in the shower and you'll already be soaked from the restroom to the pool. No one will be aware if you leak on the way.

If you are F IC then it would be an absolute necessity.
 
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todderhr said:
I'm not IC.

But I like using disposable swimsmates and a rearz reusable. I wish the swimmates were cuter.

I don't actually use them for bodily functions, just the role play and pretend mode. If you aren't IC, don't do any of that in the pool; unless it's your own pool... but I'm not sure that you'd want to chance that.

If you are only urinary IC they probably aren't worth it because the pee would go right into the water anyway. Maybe they are good from the car to the pool, perhaps. Or you could just go to the restroom and remove your regular protection and jump in the shower and you'll already be soaked from the restroom to the pool. No one will be aware if you leak on the way.

If you are F IC then it would be an absolute necessity.
ok
 
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Depends on what you use them for
 
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I have a reusable swim nappy which I use rather than disposal.

I have a splashabout which is really good. I wear it under normal swimming shorts so no one can see what I'm wearing and when I have pooed in it it's always held everything in and I've been able to leave the pool quickly to clean up.
 
They are not made to catch nor contain pee. On land or pee. They are made to contain solid waste next to your body. Unless you are bowel incontinent no need. I personally would give up swimming first, as I don't ever go because of being incontinent . I just hope if you are panning on pooping on purpose and doing this for fun you keep will keep it in the pond and not a public pool.
 
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From someone who once maintained an apartment-complex pool: peepee in the pool, is not such a big deal - the disinfectant will kill germs, and it gets diluted by thousands of gallons of water. Poopoo in the pool, on the other hand, will cause the pool to be closed for a day or two. If there's a chance you're going to poopoo uncontrollably, stay out of the pool. Besides, baby poopoo is little, grownup poopoo is not,
 
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Diaperman95 said:
They are not made to catch nor contain pee. On land or pee. They are made to contain solid waste next to your body. Unless you are bowel incontinent no need. I personally would give up swimming first, as I don't ever go because of being incontinent . I just hope if you are panning on pooping on purpose and doing this for fun you keep will keep it in the pond and not a public pool.
Ok, I’ll try it out in a lake/ocean
 
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Honestly, it depends on what you’re swimming in. Being that swim diapers are really only good for fecal containment, you’d be more okay swimming in a lake or ocean than a man made pool. A lot of folks, myself included, usually end up peeing in the water of a lake or ocean anyway, so you’d probably be safer using a swim diaper there. I would advise against trying a swim diaper or relieving yourself in general in a pool if you can.
 
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