Wetting yourself out of complete panic/fear?

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Sorry, I wasn't quite sure where to post this one. I suppose I will run with it here haha.

So, I've had my fair share of "potty problems." Mainly only at night and a few daytime when I purposely held it too long (yeah I'm into that too hah). To lay some background, I am an ab/dl, mainly dl and huge omarashi enthusiast (my bladder is made of steeeeel!). Well, at least I thought so, until yesterday.

I have a huge fear of driving, mainly driving in the rain/snow/sleet/fog/any time it's not sunny weather. It was pouring rain on my way home from work and I was taking back roads to avoid the crazies on the interstate- it was practically impossible to see anything. Anyways, I had the slight urge to pee but nothing crazy, just forgot to go before I left work, knew I could easily make the 20 minute drive home yadda, yadda. Welp, I reach the highway and I guess some poop head didn't see me and swerved into my lane almost knocking me off the highway- he didn't hit me luckily. But, I FLIPPED, went into straight panic attack mode and pulled over to gather myself. I noticed one tiny problem though... I had totally peed all over myself, I hadn't even thought about it or realized it until it was done (pardon me while I go spot clean my seat...). It was weird, that had never happened to me before, I mean I've heard of the whole "fight/flight" mode thing but Idk, guess I never thought it would happen to me. Needless to say, I walked the walk of shame into my house, showered and got on a dip.

Anyone else ever experience this? I'm still kinda freaked about it, like I'm just randomly gonna pee my pants again haha.
 

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The only time I have ever wet myself out of panic or fear was when I got beaten up by a gang of Chinese people...yeah..

I was in Singapore when I was 15, me and my friend got really drunk and we did something to upset a gang of Chinese guys.. Don't remember what. Anyway, they beat us up and while I got anyway with a gash to the head, my friend was unconscious on the street bleeding everywhere. While I was getting beaten up, I actually peed myself. Thankfully no one noticed but me, but it was the other time I can remember when I have peed myself involuntarily and out of fear not including when I was a baby/toddler.
 

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Wow, that's quite the predicament you got into there eh? hah. Hope both of you were okay. Did you just go home after that or call the paramedics? It seems like it was pretty serious- the potential injuries, not the wetting haha.

our bodies do weird things sometimes....
 

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Well my friend went to hospital and I went home a bit shaken up. Yeah It's a strange feeling when you wet yourself out of panic. I knew it was happening as soon as the incident started. Could have needed a diaper back then :biggrin:
 

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I haven't wet myself due to fear, but I did have a couple of close calls a few years ago when I had anxiety attacks (fortunately, this isn't an issue for me anymore).
 

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I pride myself on having an iron bladder, for whatever reason I've always had a freakish ability to 'hold it' for literally an entire day if need be.

However, there was one time when I was a kid, probably around 10 years old or so, that my grandpa took me to nearby Fort Knox, back when it was still the Armor School for the US military

As he was a fairly high ranking retired officer in the Marine Corps, I suppose he somehow got clearance for us to wander near to the firing range that they used for the M1-Abrams tanks.

Now I've lived in and around military bases all my life, so I'm quite comfortable with the craziness that goes on while on base. However, when my prankster of a grandfather dragged me near that range and one of the tanks fired a round at some target less than a football field away, it literally scared the pee outta me. My grandpa, of course, laughed like a crazy person at the whole thing.

To this day (or at least until they got rid of the armor school) I always flinch when I hear the tanks blasting away in the distance.
 

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never really wet myself out of fear before though I have had close calls in terms of accidents. I am unfortunately a little crazy because I don't get scared much though it can happen it is not for the usual reasons ironically. of course the reason for that is because I am unusually well equipped NATURALLY and somewhat noticeably more skilled then an average person to handle hostile situations. don't get me wrong I am afraid when being mugged but there's obviously MORE fear for THEIR safety then for mine actually because I have in fact delivered life changing injuries to assailants that I am NOT fond of doing. that's why I usually use the MINIMUM force necessary in order to prevent damage to myself and as little damage to the target if applicable.
 

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never wet myself out of fear. Also im not the easiest person to scare, actually im the one thats always scaring others and secretly i hope to scare the pee outta somebody one day. If i do happen to get scared though and it does happen occasionally, its usually something stupid and usually me scaring myself, meaning that ill get scared/surprised when nobody is even trying to do so. A true story of my awesomeness: about a week ago i was at work and i was alone in the back of the store washing dishes, all of the sudden my 7th sense started tingling and i knew i had my opportunity for a good scare, so i walk down the hall towards the office and front of store and i make a fairly high-pitched but non-threatening and unpredictable noise and effectively scared every single person in the store for a total of 3 besides myself, 2 were in the office and the 3rd wasn't even nearby he came to me a moment later and admitted that i scared him. Unfortunately no accidents were reported, but it was so awesome i couldn't help but jump and scream "Hell YEAYAH!"
 

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I pissed myself in Iraq when I was stuck in the showers during a mortar attack.
 
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never wet myself out of fear before, but i have fallen asleep and come close to wetting myself, or maybe did wet myself a little bit but nothing noticeable >_< The worst is having one of those "bathroom" dreams when you fall asleep in class and you ARENT diapered.
 

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never wet myself out of fear before, but i have fallen asleep and come close to wetting myself, or maybe did wet myself a little bit but nothing noticeable >_< The worst is having one of those "bathroom" dreams when you fall asleep in class and you ARENT diapered.

I've had a few bathroom/urination dreams in recent years and thankfully none of them have resulted in a wet bed. The only time I can recall wetting the bed as a kid, one of those dreams was involved, so there's always that moment of "Eek!" when I wake after one of those but I've always been dry since.
 

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Amen to that Trevor. Nothing like waking up in a panic and feeling up your crotch to see if your dream became reality lol I bet we've all had our fair share of those dreams.
 

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This site explains what happened to you very well.

Peeing your pants: Why do people urinate when they're scared?

It's a normal occurrence in moments of high stress. I don't think anything is wrong with your body. Unfortunately it was sort of working as intended :( You must have just gotten SUPER scared. Like, thinking you were a dead person in a minute levels of scared.

Slate said:
Blame the limbic system. Bladder control requires a sophisticated interplay of brain regions. An area of the brainstem known as the pontine micturition center is in constant contact with the bladder. It knows when pressure is building, and makes the preliminary decision to void. Thankfully, this area doesn’t have exclusive control over our bathroom habits, or we’d urinate whenever (and wherever) our bladders become full. The prefrontal cortex can override the desire to pee by sending an inhibitory signal to the brainstem. Under stressful conditions, however, the inhibitory signals from the frontal lobe can themselves be overridden by the limbic system, a combination of brain areas that controls the famous “fight or flight” response. When we become stressed or anxious, electrical signals from the limbic system become so intense that the brainstem has trouble following the frontal lobe’s commands. That’s why many people urinate more frequently before important exams or in the starting corral of a marathon. In life-threatening situations, the limbic system’s orders become so urgent that you can’t even make it to the bathroom.
 

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I've never completely wet myself out of fear but I have dribbled in my underwear a bit. Mainly when I'm holding it and something surprise scares me.
 

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Never wet myself out of fear but like others, I've had close calls
 

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well i am glad i'm not the only one hah! thank you frogsy for the article link! alas, i am glad that i'm not dead haha.
oh and toilet dreams, SCREW those! they usually don't turn out well for me haha, i need to stop wearing diapers to bed so much...
 

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well i am glad i'm not the only one hah! thank you frogsy for the article link! alas, i am glad that i'm not dead haha.
oh and toilet dreams, SCREW those! they usually don't turn out well for me haha, i need to stop wearing diapers to bed so much...

Correction: I need to start wearing diapers to bed more. Can't be too careful with these pesky dreams...
 

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I've never wet myself out of fear but this year I once wet the bed when I was too drunk... That was the most embarrassing moment in my life.
 

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I'm not kidding when I say it's almost the exact opposite for me.... like for whatever reason my body feels like being weird and whenever I'm frightened I no longer have the urge to pee..... For instance, when I was 15, my family was going on a road trip and I asked my parents to pull over at a gas station so I could empty my bladder (5 hour trip thus far, no stops), and as we were pulling into the parking lot a guy came bolting out from a pump right toward us. My dad swerved out of the way just in time and the car just barely grazed us. My parents nearly had a heart attack.....and I no longer had to pee. Seriously... after all was said and done I just told them to keep driving and completely forgot about needing to go.

I could give like 10 more examples but that's the gist of it.
 
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I'm not kidding when I say it's almost the exact opposite for me.... like for whatever reason my body feels like being weird and whenever I'm frightened I no longer have the urge to pee..... For instance, when I was 15, my family was going on a road trip and I asked my parents to pull over at a gas station so I could empty my bladder (5 hour trip thus far, no stops), and as we were pulling into the parking lot a guy came bolting out from a pump right toward us. My dad swerved out of the way just in time and the car just barely grazed us. My parents nearly had a heart attack.....and I no longer had to pee. Seriously... after all was said and done I just told them to keep driving and completely forgot about needing to go.

I could give like 10 more examples but that's the gist of it.

My body acts the same way. I think it's probably because I get distracted and stop thinking about having to pee.
 
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