- Incontinent, Other
I use the toilet. If I'm not able of making it to the restroom. Then I pee in my pull ups.
I have some what control why I'm awake so I will use the bathroom if I can. If I know I'm going to be out and not around a bathroom I will wear one like drivingSo as question states who just uses the diaper for all or got to bathroom when you can?
Seems wierd question however was curious as to what people do. I have somewhat function bladder, it just doesnt work right and I either just leak slowly or there are times my bladder decides to let loose alot.
As such and mentioned I.have started to wear a diaper ro give some se
I don't have a problem going number 2 I don't want to miss that up so its best I go to the potty for thatDue to the hyperactive bladder I find it easier to just use my diaper than try and make it to a restroom in time to use it.
Same goes for #2 as if I’m more than a minute away from a toilet when I get that feeling of needing to go, I end up messing my diaper on the way there anyhow.
I’ve come to rely on my diapers more than trying to make it to a restroom.
Yes, I don't get the point of finding a toilet when you're wearing a nappy... why bother when you're already wearing toilet facilities? A dry nappy removed is a wasted nappy...When I wear a nappy, I use it, without exception; I have long since given up trying to use a toilet if I have a nappy on. It's so much easier just to let go.
I first went back into nappies in my early twenties to cope with my increasing bedwetting problems, which were not helped at all by medications, of which I tried many.
At first, on the increasingly rare occasions when I woke up needing a pee, I would get up and go to the toilet. Sometimes I would try to put my nappy back on, though not always successfully, because the tapes would not always stick properly the second time around and could come undone during the night. Then if I peed again while I was asleep, this could often lead to a wet bed. Then there were times when I would wake up say around 5 am with a dry nappy and go to the toilet, not bothering to put it back on afterwards, thinking that I'd be okay for the rest of the night. More than once in this situation I went back to bed only to wet myself before my alarm went of a couple of hours or so later. Then there were also the times when, if I woke with a full bladder, I would lose control as I got out of bed and stood up, or before I even got to the bathroom.
All of these put together eventually made me eventually decide that in future I would not bother to get up if I did wake up in a dry nappy,no matter what time it was; I would simply let go and go right back to sleep. And anyway this made it easier to fall asleep again than if I had got up to use the toilet.
When my bladder problems got steadily worse, necessitating wearing during the day as well, I continued with this practice, and for many years now I have never removed a dry nappy, day or night. I simply keep it on, wetting whenever the need arises, until it's thoroughly soaked and/or threatening to leak. At that point I will take it off, and depending on where I am and what I am doing, put another one on, or just put on "normal" underwear.
To my mind, life is so much easier when one does not have to worry about finding a toilet, nor having any need to control one's bladder.
If you like that, I suppose. I find a dry diaper removed is far less cleanup than a week diaper removed, and a dry diaper pulled down to pee is a dry diaper that can continue to protect me in case I have a real accident, and one less diaper I have to buy over the course of the month.Yes, I don't get the point of finding a toilet when you're wearing a nappy... why bother when you're already wearing toilet facilities? A dry nappy removed is a wasted nappy...
I guess the cost can be an issue if you wear full time... even though I’d say changing a wet diaper just needs the quick use of a wet wipe, compared to changing a dry one!If you like that, I suppose. I find a dry diaper removed is far less cleanup than a week diaper removed, and a dry diaper pulled down to pee is a dry diaper that can continue to protect me in case I have a real accident, and one less diaper I have to buy over the course of the month.