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i'm a diaper lover. but im not sure where to get started.
since i was 5 i loved to ware diapers, but my parents made me stop at age 7. but they didnt know how much i loved it. when i was 12-13 i started to pretend i was wearing a diaper. and would pee and poop in my underwear. when i was 19, i started using hand towels and towels. (and i still do today, and im 24).
but im getting tired of needing to wash them, (or throwing them away if its really bad). and i really want to start to wear diapers again, but idk where to start.

if anyone has a suggestion im open. my parents dont know about this. (yes i still live with my parents :( )
 

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get $20 and go to walmart..goodnites or underjams are prob. the most available product to use..
 

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i was thinking about trying to ware them all day, how many do you get and whats the best for all day?
 

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I'd suggest you start gradually with daytime. Find something thin and discrete and just see how it will work out during the day before getting too serious about it.

store brand pullup style diapers are probably the easiest way to get started.
 

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im not really a outdoor person so i stay home most of the day.
what about other stores like tops? because theres a walmart but its like 2 miles away and i dont drive.

*edit*
i also ordered some free samples from the links, so ill give those a try first before going to the store and buying them. so ill let you know how that goes.
*edit 2*
checked out the walmart website. and underjam looks like a good brand. looks cheap, good count. but just want to know if anyone knows what waist size the l/xl sizes are?
 
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A few other places have storebrand overnight protection pants for kids you could try too, I think I've worn the CVS ones (they barely fit on size 33 waist with thick thighs). Walgreens may have them too. If you under size 32 waist, you should be able to fit in them as long as your thighs aren't too big. Not familiar with Tops, as I have mostly lived in the south and on the west coast, they probably have a storebrand one as well.
 

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well ill need to look into that, but ill give the samples a try when they get here and see how they work, and how it feels. and if so ill start to buy them (might buy them online from walmart.com that way i wont have to go anywhere. but they will be in a big box for everyone to see. and that will be a bit worrying.
 

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Now every one here has offered diapers you can get at a super market. I am not sure if you can or not. I would highly suggest buying Premium diapers. The only real way to get them is by ordering them online. I am not sure what your choices are here. If you do not have some place to have them shipped or live on your own or don't have nosey parents I think this will and can work for you. If you do not have a way of getting stuff from online (any where i send you to will have discreet shipping). I would suggest not reading this.

Depending on your needs/wants/affordability will determine what exactly you want.

If you want a diaper that is quiet and super uber worried about people seeing your diaper and not capacity or fit.
I would go with a baby diaper. They are cloth backed. They are uber quiet. Even though they sound like the have a rustling sound. They don't when you have them on nor will they once you walk around.
The down fall to baby diapers is to get a decent fit you need a large baby diaper (Pampers Cruiser Size 7) as well as a small waist line From what i have heard 28 - 30
http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=23063106&cp=&parentPage=search - 78 Count - $42.99
http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=33858406&cp=&parentPage=search - 92 Count - $45.99
http://www.walmart.com/ip/Pampers-Cruisers-Diapers-Choose-Your-Size/27280907 - 92 Count - $45.88

If you want a diaper that is quiet but also not as much worried about people seeing your diaper or hearing it but are still self concise. As well you want 1 wetting capacity as well as a diaper that will fit properly.
This is where I would suggest a store brand diaper. Now from my experience I have only had 1 store brand and that was Walgreens.
You can find these at your local walgreens. I paid around $15 - $20 for a pack of like 15 or 30 I for get its been a while sense I have bought store brand

If you want a diaper that is still quiet but has a good fit and better capacity you will need to fork out the money for a better cloth backed diaper. I have no experience when it comes to cloth backed diapers so what you here is any thing I have read about on this forums. People said if you do not want a heavy diaper but are after something that can hold some decency of a wetting they suggest Abena M3/L3's
http://www.xpmedical.com/abriform-premium.html

How ever if you are wanting something not caring about the potential bulk of the diaper but what a large capacity I would suggest going with one of the top of the line diapers.
My personal favorite is The A+ brand. It holds more then it can handle haha. How ever if does lack few major things such as a waist band and a leak guard. How ever neither of those have given me issues. Here are some links to some Premium Diapers all of which are plastic backed and have some crinkle to them but have no baby designs.

Abena X-Plus - http://www.xpmedical.com/abriform.html
Dry 24/7 - http://www.xpmedical.com/dry247.html
My Favorite!!! A+ (Absorbency Plus) - http://www.xpmedical.com/absorbency_plus.html

Ok maybe you want a diaper with baby designs on them as well as having a crinkle or not and a ranging capactity. I have not tried all these diapers nor do i know the capacity of all these diapers. So I will only give input on the ones I know about!
The All Famous Bambino!!!
http://bambinodiapers.com/teddy-printed-diapers-c-8/ - Teddy Prints - Have a decent capacity how ever i feel it has less then a A+ - Plastic Backed
http://bambinodiapers.com/printed-diapers-c-1/ - Classico Prints - Have a decent capacity how ever i feel it has less then a A+ but the same as teddy prints - Plastic Backed
http://bambinodiapers.com/bambino-bellissimo-c-13/ - Bellissimo Prints - I have never had this diaper but i have heard it has more capacity then the other 2 bambinos!!! - Plastic Backed

The Infamous ABU
http://www.abuniverse.com/products/abu-sdk.asp - ABU Super Dry Kids - Plastic Backed
http://www.abuniverse.com/products/abu-cushies.asp - Cushies Plastic Backed
http://www.abuniverse.com/products/abu-cushiescloth.asp - Cushies Cloth Backed
http://www.abuniverse.com/products/abu-sissy.asp - ABU Sissy/Girl - Plastic Backed

The Aww So Cute!!! Expensive but cute. From rumors I have heard they hold more then abu diapers and may hold the amount of a bambino.
http://www.awwsocute.com/adult-diapers/ - Aww So Cute!!! - Plastic Backed

A rumored diaper brand... I know nothing about them.
http://snuggiesdiapers.com/ab-gear/waddler - Snuggies



Here is a list of diapers that I did not list but may fit your needs


Good absorbency and used by a lot of people in this community - Plastic Backed
http://www.xpmedical.com/tena.html - Tena Slip Maxi

Ok - Decent Absorbency. This diaper is good for hiding its self but holds a decent amount with out leaking. Very good mid level diaper!
http://www.xpmedical.com/molicare.html - Molicare Super Plus MAKE SURE TO GET SUPER PLUS not the other one...
 

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wow thanks for the tips, ill look thru all those links and find the best one. but i wont do that yet until i get the sample diaper and see what its like to wear and "mess" in one.
Also quick question, would i need baby powder?
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whats the difference between the difference between the sissy ones and the normal ones?
also looked at all the links, and stuck between the abuniverse, Pampers-Cruisers, and xp medical absorbency_plus
 

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as far as i know the sissy diapers just have a different design. I am also pretty sure they are plastic backed.

Also from rumors I have heard they can be a weird fit and sense it only has one tape it can cause leaks. Again these are just rumors I have heard and am not trying to scare you away from them. How ever I have also heard rumors that they are great diapers.

To be fair I enjoy doing #1 and #2 in my diapers how ever #2 is a bitch to clean up afterwards and I shy away from when ever I wear.

If you only #1 in a diaper I would highly suggest cleaning up afterwards. By either 1 Taking a shower and cleaning down under or 2 using wet wipes and thourghly cleaning the area.
If you #2 I would suggest a shower to clean up. Wipes from my point of view do not provide a deep enough cleaning and can still leave a smell.

As for the need of baby powder. This is completely up to you. I for got what the use of it is. How ever I do know there is a use for it. I never use it. How ever if I had it I would just for the baby like smell.

Something I for got to mention. With ABU Diapers I think you can add a baby diapers like scent to them. All the other diapers have no scent.
 

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ok, will the ones i mentioned considering help against smell? thats kinda why i asked about baby powder.(well that and i wasnt sure if ill need it to prevent diaper ratch)
 

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ok, will the ones i mentioned considering help against smell? thats kinda why i asked about baby powder.(well that and i wasnt sure if ill need it to prevent diaper ratch)

The beat way to manage smell of that I know of is just not wearing a wet to long. I would suggest not wearing a wet don't a wet diaper longer then a few hours. Now if you want to wear it longer there are guides on here to make it so your wee is not so strong smelling. If you plan on wetting I suggest drinking lots and lots of water to dilute you urine which will cut down on the smell.

As for #2 it will smell what ever you do there is no stopping it.

AZ for baby powder and diaper scents they may cut down the smell how ever I am not educaTed in that field and can not help you there

As for diaper rash .
The best way to prevent it is common sense. Let me elaborate.
If you pee I suggest changing in a 8 - 14 hour period. How ever if you #2 I would suggest a change 30 min - 4 hours later to prevent diaper rash. I would also suguest are airing out your diapered area for a 10 - 60 minutes between changes. Baby powder may help prevent diaper rash
 

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thanks for the tips on those things. your really helping me out. also lets say i were just to do 1 diaper a day (not all day, maybe just for a few hours) to start. but by the prices it seemes like a expensive thing to get into. but with the way most people are (and me maybe) its worth it.
any ideas for something super cheap to start?
 

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thanks for the tips on those things. your really helping me out. also lets say i were just to do 1 diaper a day (not all day, maybe just for a few hours) to start. but by the prices it seemes like a expensive thing to get into. but with the way most people are (and me maybe) its worth it.
any ideas for something super cheap to start?

Ok so if I am reading this right. You want a diaper that is cheap but is worth actually having and that will last a few hours.

If you are not worried about looks I would suggest Molicare Super Plus.
How ever if you want looks I would go with Bambinos (Teddys or Classico)


How ever if you want something More for looks but not to worried about capacity all that much
If you can squeeze it Pampers Cruisers Size 7. I am unsure of the capacity of it.

If you want something with a lot of capacity and no design that will last more then a few hours. A+ absorbency plus will be your diaper!
 

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well im not too worried about the looks, but i cant say for sure until i see what its like to wear a real diaper. (and not a towel or baby diaper thats way too small)
 

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well im not too worried about the looks, but i cant say for sure until i see what its like to wear a real diaper. (and not a towel or baby diaper thats way too small)

do you need any further information?
 

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just wondering if theres a way to mask the smell for a long period of time.
 

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just wondering if theres a way to mask the smell for a long period of time.

I did a bit of reading. I am pretty sure plastic pants and baby powder are your best bets. You also want to be heavily hydrated before going pee in your diaper other wise the urine smell will be stronger then it needs to be. How ever this will not work very well when #2 in your diaper... As the smell is just so overwhelming.
http://www.xpmedical.com/accessories.html - Plastic pants are at the bottom of the page. I did not do much research how ever they may be cheaper ones out there.


Here is another option for diapers. This is expensive to start with but is worth it in the long run?
http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/catalog.php?category=1&page=all
http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/catalog.php?category=6&page=all
http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/catalog.php?category=3

If you get one of those you will need some kind of cover cause the pee can some time seep through to the out side of the diaper... So you will need plastic pants for them

If you are still wondering. Those are cloth diapers for adults. I have one of them and they work really well and are good diapers. How ever I would suggest getting a Booster
http://dependeco-adult-diapers.com/catalog.php?item=10
 

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never wore plastic pants/underwear before. do they make noise? because i do want to try hiding it.
 

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never wore plastic pants/underwear before. do they make noise? because i do want to try hiding it.

As far as I know plastic pants are quiet. Btw the plastic pants are the things at the very bottom of the page...
 
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