What is you favorite brand of pull up diaper

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I am a below the knee double amputee in my older age I find it necessary to were pull ups at night with plastic pants . or if Im on long ride on my chopper motorcycle. It's more embarrassing to have soiled my clothes in public than for some one to know I wear pull up an plastic pants. Im trying TENA pullups for now. What is your favorite Brand up pullup and plastic pants. I like Haian they are made well.
 

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none don't use pull-ups they don't have enough protection
 
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Goodnites, of course! :)
 
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dpcare said:
none don't use pull-ups they don't have enough protection
That is what I was wanting to know. I usually wear panty pads but i had the misfortune of not making it home on time thank goodness I had on plastic pants. I only have a weak blabber is there a diaper that is not real noticeable.
 

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dpcare said:
none don't use pull-ups they don't have enough protection
Thanks
 

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12srepaid said:
Goodnites, of course! :)
do they have good adsorption
 

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I usually prefer either the depends real for men or the women’s always discrete. Both are good at containing mild leaks. I usually wear them when I go to the gym.
 
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None pullups suck and are very undependable
 
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Pull ups are not for everybody for sure, they will not withstand a flood, if you are just a weeper, dribbler, low volume low flow then there are pull ups that may work for your need. I wear a pull-up from sams club for daytime, I am able to change if needed no problem. For night time I can't use them and use a Mega-Max overnight. the pull-ups are very inexpensive I get five or six for the price of a mega max
 
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I like the assurance overnight pullups at Walmart or Cvs over night pullups. They are the only pullups that I can wear to bed without leaking. If I'm out of them then I have to wear my diapers
 

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I use Depend FitFlex during the day (most days) and they work "ok" for me. Functionally, they do the job well of protecting my clothes and avoiding embarrassing wet spots, but I find after about two hours, I feel a bit damp.

I might have created this scenario in my head to justify using tabbed diapers, but I really do find they work better. I have never felt damp using any of my staple tabbed diapers, but I can't say that about pull ups.
 
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When it comes to pull ups, I really like Depends real-fit. They are the most discreet of any pull up and they are very comfortable. You don't need plastic pants with them, but you might need a booster. They really only hold 1 average wetting, but with a booster they work for a heavier wetting or maybe 2 smaller accidents.

Goodnites and Drynites are easily the best looking of any pull ups, but they really aren't meant and therefore don't work for adults.
 
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