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FluffyFluffers

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If you are incontinent. How did it come about that you had this outcome happen? If you do not mind telling us this story?
 

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I was slightly bladder incontinent for a few months when I was eight. I was runover by a motorcycle, busted a few ribs, punctured my lung and hurt my spine. I lost feeling in my abdomen and thighs for a few months, but it came back after a few surgeries. I don't remember much from that time period, because of amnesia. But that's about it.
 

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I was very sick with viral meningentis when I was 8. They said that the disease damaged my bladder control. I was put in diapers in the hospital and I just felt like dying right there. I am slowly regaining bladder control. I used to wear them 24/7 until about 3 years ago. I must say that I have come to like wearing diapers and enjoy being in them. I no longer wear them to school unless I am going to take tests or like going on a field trip. When I get too stressed I tend to close control and can't hold in my pee.
 
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Well, as I've said in other threads before this, I lost my control at age 43, after my second back surgery. It began gradually, and took about 5 or 6 months before I no longer had any control over my bladder, and at the same time my bowel control was weakening. That finally went away just a couple of months later, and so now I'm totally dependent on diapers, or just clothes, if I want to change them every 3 or 4 hours.

After 4 back surgeries, there is little hope I'll ever regain control now. The only reason I haven't lost my mind over this is the fact that I was already a DL.
 

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I contracted a form of necrotizing facitis (sp.) when I was 12-13. Possibly from red-tide, a bacterial bloom associated with some kinds of seaweeds. I lost complete muscular control over my bladder and bowels. I had a few surgeries to remove some damaged stuff (ie. muscles and tissue). I was back into diapers full time at 13, which is wear I am now. I also had moderate damage to one lung and some mobility problems associated with my left hand, I also lost feeling in my skin, which why I rely so much on a wetness indicator to tell when i need changing.
 

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I have a nuerogenic bladder, and to some degree neurogenic bowel; due to pesticide damage that occurred 16 years ago.
 
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I contracted a form of necrotizing facitis (sp.) when I was 12-13. Possibly from red-tide, a bacterial bloom associated with some kinds of seaweeds. I lost complete muscular control over my bladder and bowels. I had a few surgeries to remove some damaged stuff (ie. muscles and tissue). I was back into diapers full time at 13, which is wear I am now. I also had moderate damage to one lung and some mobility problems associated with my left hand, I also lost feeling in my skin, which why I rely so much on a wetness indicator to tell when i need changing.
You're quite lucky to have not lost any limbs then. :hug:
 

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Over active bladder that is progressively getting worse.
(Short version)
 

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I started out wearing for fun many years ago, but in 2005 or 6 I started using a CPAP machine to help me sleep. That is when I started to wear every night because every time I would get up to go pee, I couldn't get back to sleep. Being able to just go in my diaper allowed me to sleep. In 2007 I had a bad virus that kept me in the hospital for 2.5 weeks. The virus shut my kidneys down for a little bit causing my body to retain lots of fluid. The fluid built up so much that it caused a tear in my abdominal wall. I started loosing more and more bladder control since then. The doctor thinks some of my bladder loss is due me having 20 spinal nerve blocks with in one years time. I am scheduled to go see a specialist in June to see if the reason can be pin pointed down even more. So for me right now it's either Foley Catheters or diapers 24/7.

It's easier to change a wet diaper than wet pants.
 

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Short version- don't jump out of Helicopters. I injured my back while training for air assault while in the army.
 

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well until about 6 i was perfectly fine and i was even trained at like 2-3. no accidents except i got diarrhea for god knows why and when i have that it comes out no matter what. and so far i haven't gone to a doctor because my parents are thick:wallbash: and the only thing i could really think of would be one of these 1. one of the five times i have cracked my skull open with one being when i was like 6months. 2. the time a boulder go over that area but it never hurt. and i really want to go to a doctor because you have no clue how it is to go to school and have to stand with your legs crossed for a minute then rush to the bathroom. (you actually might) i mean i have found ways to disguise it but it truly doesn't help. and you ride your bike and you have poop in your pants... IT REALLY SUCKS

sorry for complaining since you guys have it bad to
 
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I started out wearing for fun many years ago, but in 2005 or 6 I started using a CPAP machine to help me sleep. That is when I started to wear every night because every time I would get up to go pee, I couldn't get back to sleep. Being able to just go in my diaper allowed me to sleep. In 2007 I had a bad virus that kept me in the hospital for 2.5 weeks. The virus shut my kidneys down for a little bit causing my body to retain lots of fluid. The fluid built up so much that it caused a tear in my abdominal wall. I started loosing more and more bladder control since then. The doctor thinks some of my bladder loss is due me having 20 spinal nerve blocks with in one years time. I am scheduled to go see a specialist in June to see if the reason can be pin pointed down even more. So for me right now it's either Foley Catheters or diapers 24/7.

It's easier to change a wet diaper than wet pants.

I've had 8 spinal nerve blocks to try to stop my back pain, and I've often wondered if that has had anything to do with my incontinence.

Why did you have to have them?
 

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I've had 8 spinal nerve blocks to try to stop my back pain, and I've often wondered if that has had anything to do with my incontinence.

Why did you have to have them?
I was having them to help me control the pain from the abdominal tear I have. The doctor that gave them to me, mixed several types of drugs in the syringe in order to get the right block. The blocks would cause me to be paralyzed from the neck down for about 8 hours. During that time, they would give me 3 to 5 bags of IV fluids. This would fill my bladder way to full but I couldn't feel it. The block would be done about 7am, by 11 am, my diaper would start getting wet and if they didn't cath me, by 1pm, my diaper would be soaked and so would the bed. When they would cath me, I would fill 1 and 1/2 urnals full of fluid. This could be part of why I am having bladder problems too.
 
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I was having them to help me control the pain from the abdominal tear I have. The doctor that gave them to me, mixed several types of drugs in the syringe in order to get the right block. The blocks would cause me to be paralyzed from the neck down for about 8 hours. During that time, they would give me 3 to 5 bags of IV fluids. This would fill my bladder way to full but I couldn't feel it. The block would be done about 7am, by 11 am, my diaper would start getting wet and if they didn't cath me, by 1pm, my diaper would be soaked and so would the bed. When they would cath me, I would fill 1 and 1/2 urnals full of fluid. This could be part of why I am having bladder problems too.
OUCH!!!!

How did you get a tear in your abdominal wall? That does sound very painful. And why would they want you paralyzed like that, and for so long too? I was paralyzed from my waist down for 4 days after my 3rd back surgery because the doctor didn't want me moving around and messing up his work while it healed. It was a really weird feeling too, I hated it. It finally wore off on the 4th day, slowly of course. It was like my legs were made out of lead. It was all I could do to move them, and it almost felt like they hurt, but I know they couldn't be. I think it was just the effects of the drugs. But I hurt everywhere else so bad it didn't matter. That was the most God awful pain I've ever, ever felt, and I pray I never have to go through that again.

I know what you mean about the bladder capacity when you're drugged up like that too. After they removed the cath from me that time, I had to continually be re-cathed to drain my bladder or it would just keep filling until it burst. It took me like almost 2 weeks before I was able to pee without one, and being incontinent, I thought that was really weird too. But I've heard that the drugs can cause your prostrate to enlarge or swell and block of your urethra too, so it might have just been because of that. It was like that for my other major surgeries too, so it makes sense to me.
 
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I had a diving accident about 12 years ago. I'm not paralyzed but I did lose I small amount of physical strength and coordination. The other side effect is that it basically hurts to have anything even approaching a full bladder. I get what I call "phantom injuries" too, where areas of skin will hurt for no reason like it's been cut or bruised, except there's no wound. It goes away, but it can be annoying.

But hey, it could have been so much worse. I could be paralyzed or dead. So I'm grateful that I can still do all the things I like doing. Basically, I've recovered enough that the only thing I can't do that I used to do is martial arts. That balance and coordination isn't coming back.
 

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I had a diving accident about 12 years ago. I'm not paralyzed but I did lose I small amount of physical strength and coordination. The other side effect is that it basically hurts to have anything even approaching a full bladder. I get what I call "phantom injuries" too, where areas of skin will hurt for no reason like it's been cut or bruised, except there's no wound. It goes away, but it can be annoying.

But hey, it could have been so much worse. I could be paralyzed or dead. So I'm grateful that I can still do all the things I like doing. Basically, I've recovered enough that the only thing I can't do that I used to do is martial arts. That balance and coordination isn't coming back.
i have those all the time and yeah they stay for like a minute they go away

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I started out wearing for fun many years ago, but in 2005 or 6 I started using a CPAP machine to help me sleep. That is when I started to wear every night because every time I would get up to go pee, I couldn't get back to sleep. Being able to just go in my diaper allowed me to sleep. In 2007 I had a bad virus that kept me in the hospital for 2.5 weeks. The virus shut my kidneys down for a little bit causing my body to retain lots of fluid. The fluid built up so much that it caused a tear in my abdominal wall. I started loosing more and more bladder control since then. The doctor thinks some of my bladder loss is due me having 20 spinal nerve blocks with in one years time. I am scheduled to go see a specialist in June to see if the reason can be pin pointed down even more. So for me right now it's either Foley Catheters or diapers 24/7.

It's easier to change a wet diaper than wet pants.
Did you start using the CPAP because of sleep apnea? I've got one of those too, for that reason, and when I first started to use it, it was great. I could sleep for the whole night. That was the first time I had a decent night's sleep in years. I was a little overweight, and I snored terribly, and my wife noticed that I would stop breathing a lot. So I went to the doc, they sent me for a sleep study, and then gave me this CPAP to use. But after about a month I guess it was, I couldn't sleep more than a few hours again. It was drying out my nose so bad that it actually felt like my nose was on fire, and a humidifier didn't help either. So in '01 I had surgery to fix the snoring problem. Now I couldn't make that sound if my life depended on it. But I still don't sleep well. My back is why, but that's another long story.

I agree that it's easier to change a wet (or messy) diaper than it is pants.
 

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mine was an enlarged prostate (not cancerous) diagnosed at the ripe old age of 18
lack of insurance for major surgeries has pretty much left it where it is
spent a large chunk of my 20's doubled over in pain, my bladder distended to 2L and i thought i had IBS, i couldn't go much at all, (overflow incontenence). eventually, i did what i had to. i am now in diapers 24/7 for the past few years, and deal with the occasional mild UTI, the biggest hurt right now is my wallet. to the tune of $2500 a year
 
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