How do i deal with fecal incontinece?

Kodname87

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How do I deal with it? It's like a nightmare socially cause I'm scared to be around people... and it have only had it for 1 year... how many years did you have it and how did u cope?
 

Harley07

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Since 2016..... I don't work anymore I'm on disability, my body is somewhat predictable and I usually don't leave the house in the morning till I poop my diaper.... If I have someplace to go early in the am I wake up 3 hours before drink some coffee and wait for it to happen... If I'm out and I happen to poop again I have supplies with me to take care of it... My most recent embarrassing moment was last January we went to Disney for a week and we had to be to Hollywood studios early for our fast pass for Rise of the Resistance, I got up early and went and got some coffee came back to the room and nothing happened no poop.... We had to leave so I showered and put on a fresh diaper feeling very uneasy, get to the park and get online and the ride broke down and were left standing there waiting... After a half hour of waiting all of a sudden here it comes, had to leave my wife and daughter for the restroom as I'm filling my diaper, get to the rest room get cleaned up and changed make it back having to weave myself through the line to get back to them, the ride was still broken another half hour later we get on, get 3/4 of the way through and It breakes down again after 40 minutes of sitting we were unloaded and escorted out backstage....
To answer the rest of your question as time goes by you learn to deal with it, unless you want to socially isolate you just cope the best you can...
 
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DanielW

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Diapers should be your last line of defense when dealing with fecal incontinence, not your first. With changes in diet, a good bowel maintenance program, and possibly medication (all bowel programs need to be tailored to the individual) Bowel movements can be fairly well regulated and predictable. There are going to be occasional unexpected movements, but after a while these are generally the exception, not the rule. Like everything in life, it gets easier to deal with with practice and experience. Carrying, or having an emergency kit handy is important too in adding to your peace of mind. (clean-up supplies, disposal supplies, skin cleaner, and a change of clothes etc.)

Know too that there are paraplegics who don't use diapers because they simply don't need to once they establish a bowel program that works for them.

Another thing, (this takes some getting used to) is that fecal IC isn't a moral failing, its a physical/or neurological one and nothing you need to be ashamed of.

Also, if you haven't done so already, get professional advice on your specific condition and how best to mange it. There are a number of things that can help you manage your condition. Any medical professional who simply hands you a diaper and says "deal with it on your own" is doing you a disservice.
 
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furry121

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How do I deal with it? It's like a nightmare socially cause I'm scared to be around people... and it have only had it for 1 year... how many years did you have it and how did u cope?
Hugs get high qulity diapers none of that cheap garbage in stores or medical shops!

So im afraid i could end up with same problem cause ive been having issues myself ive been lucky to make it to bathroom
 

jdinvirginia

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Kodname87, I strongly recommend that you see a specialist because it really helps to understand what you are dealing with and what your options are.

I am bowel incontinent from an old accident that caused a lot of nerve damage. I have a bowel program that includes diet, laxatives, and enemas. It is important to establish a specific time of the day for a predictable bowel movement

It may sound strange to you, but for years I have used enemas to manage my incontinence. Why? Because an empty colon cannot have an accident. After a morning enema, I can (almost) forget about the risk of an accident for the next 24 hours.

Effectively managing fecal incontinence requires planning and the willingness to experiment to find out what works best for you.

--John
(double incontinent, Diapers 24/7)
 
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