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SWOntarioIncon

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I thought that it may be a good idea to introduce myself, so here it goes!

I am a male who deals with incontinence 24/7. I have had issues most of my
life, but around 30 things got much worse, to the point that I HAD to wear
24/7.

After many visits to the urologist, he came to the conclusion that I had a
severe case of OAB. I was offered medication, but due to my past experiences
with many medications I flat out refused to take them. I have never had any
side-effects from diapers...:D.

Over the years I have definitely developed a AB/DL side to me, I often think that many of us do, as a coping mechanism.

I guess I joined this site due to the fact that there seems to be many
useful and honest discussions here.

Well that is enough for now...got a little carried away :biggrin:
 

zultan

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Welcome to the site man. I too am not a fan of medications. I hope you have a good time and find this place helpful and don't worry--compared to some posts here, you certainly didn't get carried away.
 

oleman72

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Welcome to ADISC! From a ole man here in North Texas. What are your interests and hobbies? I'm like you that I don't like some meds. I do have to them
for BP and Cholerestoral. I also have urge IC. I'm also a NASCAR and baseball fan.
 

SWOntarioIncon

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Hi Oleman72, and thanks for the welcome. :smile:

My interests...well....I like trains, the locomotives in particular, an amazing piece of machinery.

I like storms, I chase them here when I get a chance, and when a decent one comes along
(not very often here).

Another thing that intrigues me is the human mind, you know....
Why do I think like I do. How do past experiences shape who we are, and why does our mind
seemingly twist what was once so bad into things we now enjoy, etc.

I like to go to the drags...I particularly like the Top Fuel....Over in 5 seconds...I am impatient..LOL

As far as medicines go I have found that for the most part, the cure is worse than the original issue,
I never got dry mouth, constipation, headaches, or dizziness with a diaper!. My strongest medicine I
take is Tylenol, and don't even like taking it.
 

Chippi

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Hi there! Welcome to ADISC! I'm a newbie here, myself. How do you do, I'm Chippi. :)
I totally agree with all of you about taking medications! Boo on that! People got along for thousands of years without taking 20 pills a day. Sure, some might be necessary for basic living, but most people take pills for things that could easily be remedied by things other than medication.
I am also really interested in the human mind. When I was in college I studied MANY subjects, but focused on Psychology, Biology, and Chemistry. The depth of conversation I could carry on about the human brain is seemingly endless. :)
Storm chasing has always been a fantasy adventure to me! I can only imagine the thrill that comes with that!
What was your most intense storm chase?
 

SWOntarioIncon

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Hi Chippi! Thanks for the welcome. I think the most intense storm chase was one I wasn't chasing!
I was working afternoons and we were done at 11pm, and that night there had been numerous storms
come through. The last storm that came before I left work was wicked, wind, hail, intense lightning,
and torrents of rain, it was so intense we thought it was going to blow the doors in on the shop!.

I left work, stopped at Tim Hortons to get a coffee for the ride home (it was a 50 minute drive), I
could see another storm coming in from the NW, (that is always a bad storm around here) the
lightning was non-stop. I got just out of London to a place called Lobo, I turned the corner and
BOOM it hit. The wind was so strong that it was picking gravel off the other side of the road and
pelting the car. I was on the east side of the road and thought, if the hydro poles are on the west
and they come down, I want to be where the wires can't get me or the pole. At the time, I was driving
a full size Mercury Marquis with a 460 in it, a very heavy vehicle. As I tried to move to the other
side of the road, it just blew me closer to the ditch on the east side, so I was stuck where I was.
The storm raged on for a good 2 or 3 minutes, I know it doesn't sound like long, but it seemed
like eternity. It began to subside a bit, and then weird things started to happen. The lightning
got more intense, and the the hail started, all of a sudden the car started moving up and down.
I knew what was going on then....TORNADO!!!!. It never got me off the ground, but that was
close enough!!!

After it passed I drove home around downed trees, and hydro poles. I had my suspicions
confirmed the next morning when they reported a tornado had ripped through Frome, and
had been first seen in Nairn, about 6 miles to the NW from where I had been. I have to say
I was never so scared in my life!. Sorry about being long winded about this.

I am glad to see I am not alone in my attitude towards the little pills they hand out
like candy now a days. I will deal with things myself.

I am very interested like I said before, about the way in which our mind processes
experiences, and shapes who we are. I would love to have conversations about it
with you, you sound much more in the know about it than I do.

Well, take care hope to here from you again :smile1:
 
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