Experiencing Incontinence

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Kinghnd

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As A diaper lover , I'm Fascinated by the idea of incontinence
So I wanted to Try it for Real
I bought a Foley Catheter Kit ( Includes Flush , Lubricant , gloves , Needles and the catheter it was size 16 )
My Experience is as follows
1. Insertion was very painful ( I don't want to experience that pain again)
2. As soon as I inserted it , urine started coming out and it was messy :D
3. Was a bit difficult during diaper change because while taking the diaper out , the catheter was still pouring urine
4. I felt some burning sensation while the catheter was on.
5. catheter removal was also painful
6. and most importantly the nice feeling you get while diapered when u pass urine is gone , u don't know when urine comes out and you don't feel it
my overall experience , was unsatisfactory , never want to repeat it again
anyone shares some feelings ideas !?
 

cm90210

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I've thought of doing this. But like you say - seems far too painful. And the risk of infection seems relatively high for me given that I'm not a medical professional. I hate the thought of having to explain an infection for this cause to a doctor or my spouse. As a young male, it seems that the primary cause of uti is sex related - so I'd worry about destroying trust.
 

BrattyPrincessSophie

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Honestly I would just take the approach of wearing diapers all the time and going when you first feel the urge. It's safer and there's less risk of bodily harm that way.
 

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If I ever want to pursue 24/7, I'm not sure I would try this route. It would for give the real thing instantaneously, but would be very painful. We can all learn from each others experiences!
 

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I had to catheterize myself for about six weeks after invasive back surgery. I was so glad when the swelling went down, my spinal nerves recovered and I was able to pee naturally. It was a scary situation and was no fun. I had to be careful about sterilizing the catheters, and using them was a nuisance. I got to where it didn't hurt putting it in or taking it out, but when the day came where I actually felt like I could go and pee, and was overjoyed.
 

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Be careful you can really hurt your self Using catheters if you are not trained to insert them correctly and should only use them by a doctors order for a medical condition peeing all the time randomly in a diaper may sound like fun but it's not, you never know when you are going to flood and always have to have spare diapers to change into.

I have an OAB and flood with out warning so I have no choice but to wear changing up to 4 times a day or more gets old quick. Keep your control of you bladder and only release once in a while if you must but try not to force your body to be stuck in diapers for the rest of your life. It's expensive, messy, and a pain to have to carry a diaper bag where ever you go.
 
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Be careful what you wish for.. it is anything BUT enjoyable.
 
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