Whats your preferred padding for dealing with Incontinence? Pull-ups, Medical Grade Diapers or ABDL Diapers?

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Hi as someone with permanent urinary incontinence I wear all 3 forms of padding, usually pull-ups during the day, as they are more discreet, but they don't hold that much, between changes. I love to wear an ABDL Diaper at night because they tend to hold larger volumes, being much thicker. I also love the little designs. ABDL Diapers are fairly new to me, as is an ABDL lifestyle. I wish i had discovered both sooner. What is your preferred padding for dealing with incontinence?
 
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LittleEnigma said:
Hi as someone with permanent urinary incontinence I wear all 3 forms of padding, usually pull-ups during the day, as they are more discreet, but they don't hold that much, between changes. I love to wear an ABDL Diaper at night because they tend to hold larger volumes, being much thicker. I also love the little designs. ABDL Diapers are fairly new to me, as is an ABDL lifestyle. I wish i had discovered both sooner. What is your preferred padding for dealing with incontinence?
Given the choice, I like brightly colored and prettily patterned things.

My preference is for cloth nappies. I tried 'sposies early on in my journey, but drugstore nappies were largely weaksauce; they would leak because I am a weird size and they didn't fit quite properly. Heavier duty ones, specifically the taped ones, also didn't quite fit properly either because despite my weight, I have basically negative natural waist, and they'd hang weirdly off my body. They also make me feel weirdly claustrophobic.

The moment I discovered cloth, I made the switch.

I prefer the pocket diaper style for nights where I need heavier protection. When I'm out during the day, or when it hasn't been that bad lately, I like thick training pants. Even though in my case the enuresis is mostly nocturnal, I've stopped taking chances since I've started having bizarre pelvic symptoms.
 
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OmiOMy said:
Given the choice, I like brightly colored and prettily patterned things.

My preference is for cloth nappies. I tried 'sposies early on in my journey, but drugstore nappies were largely weaksauce; they would leak because I am a weird size and they didn't fit quite properly. Heavier duty ones, specifically the taped ones, also didn't quite fit properly either because despite my weight, I have basically negative natural waist, and they'd hang weirdly off my body. They also make me feel weirdly claustrophobic.

The moment I discovered cloth, I made the switch.

I prefer the pocket diaper style for nights where I need heavier protection. When I'm out during the day, or when it hasn't been that bad lately, I like thick training pants. Even though in my case the enuresis is mostly nocturnal, I've stopped taking chances since I've started having bizarre pelvic symptoms.
I've not tried cloth diapers, not sure if they would hold up to heavy wetting at night. I tend to use plastic backed with 4 x tape securing.
 
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ABDL diapers, more capacity, I don't really mind if they peek. I just prefer to wear them on long flights.
 
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LittleEnigma said:
Hi as someone with permanent urinary incontinence I wear all 3 forms of padding, usually pull-ups during the day, as they are more discreet, but they don't hold that much, between changes. I love to wear an ABDL Diaper at night because they tend to hold larger volumes, being much thicker. I also love the little designs. ABDL Diapers are fairly new to me, as is an ABDL lifestyle. I wish i had discovered both sooner. What is your preferred padding for dealing with incontinence?
What kind of ABDL diapers? I like my crinkles but my mega max actually works better for me at night sometimes. I'm a side sleeper.
 
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LittleEnigma said:
I've not tried cloth diapers, not sure if they would hold up to heavy wetting at night. I tend to use plastic backed with 4 x tape securing.
Classic pin on cotton prefolds and plastic pants are the gold standard. Double diaper for bedtime for very heavy wetting. Side sleeper? Not an issue with cloth diapers. Cloth diapers are incredible, but require a fair amount of commitment and work.

Disposables are all about convenience and now discretion. It took a long time for disposable diapers to get close to the absorbency of a cloth diaper. Once disposables became reasonably absorbent, the manufacturers shifted towards discretion for toddlers, children, youth, and now adults. Several ABDL entrepreneurs have made the shift back towards super absorbency, discretion be damned, but that is not the norm.

The latest trend in cloth diapers is the discrete fitting AIO (all in one). These are designed to appeal to those who wear disposable diapers. They do not have the same brute qualities of classic pin on cotton prefolds and plastic pants.

I'm an extremely heavy wetter overnight and cloth diapers never fail me. I've been somewhat displaced for the past two years and could not use cloth. I resorted to MEGAMAX with a booster. I am now settled and am switching back to cloth at home.
 
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I am always in a disposable abdl diaper 24/7 only because I am usually working and contingents chance for a break.
 
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I'd prefer premium diapers but my insurance pays for plastic backed atns and boosters so that my main but I use mega Max's from time to time when I know changes are going to be a pain
 
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Mostly medical-grade diapers, like Tranquility and Abena.
 
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For me in the day the Tena active fit maxi (large) is a good option but at night as I’m a heavy sleeper and incontinence is worse for me at night I tend to either use the north shore mega max or the NRU STR8UP
 
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For me it's Attends Flex (10) for the day (usually I need two of them over the day) , for the night Tena Proskin Maxi - all in size M
 
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As a life-long bed wetter, I have always used cloth diapers/plastic pants--and prefer them (unless I am away from home/no laundry facility available). However, I prefer pull-on style diapers, don't really like the hassle of dealing with diaper pins. I have purchased from Kins and Angel fluff, as well as trying several kinds of ABDL "training pants." I find that the training pants work fine for MY needs, particularly if I wear two pair; I use a size Large and then an X-Large over the first pair for proper fit.

As I am getting older, I find I am having a few, sporadic moments of minor leakage during the day as well. Nothing big, just a spurt or two before I can get to the toilet. Right now, I am simply using a size 7 baby diaper tucked into my regular underwear: snug tighty-whities. No leaks there--not enough moisture and I believe they are discrete enough not to be noticed. Doesn't seem to be getting any worse, but don't know what the future may portend.
 
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I have pretty much complete UI and FI. I sort of vacillated between pull-ups and medical diapers for the first six months, then went to medical diapers for about the next four or five years, and have preferred AB/DL diapers since; I use a mix of AB/DL and medical diapers.
 
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Kaliborio said:
I have pretty much complete UI and FI. I sort of vacillated between pull-ups and medical diapers for the first six months, then went to medical diapers for about the next four or five years, and have preferred AB/DL diapers since; I use a mix of AB/DL and medical diapers.
Me too. :giggle: (y)
 
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My main preference is a well absorbing plastic back, four tape diapers.
Such as MagaMaxs or Better Drys, also enjoy them Solid Colors & Printed patterns diapers !!!
 
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I do get Attends Active 8 from my insurance and buy the Active 10 with about 50% discount. At the moment the Active 8 is not secure enough.

Additionally i buy Betterdry Day and some other brands from time to time, like Molicare Premium Elastic for the summer.

My problem is that i pee up to 8000ml a day, so on bad days i do not get far with the usual medical stuff. I do use some Cloudrys, InControl and Rearz on that days, but only at home, i would not go out with them.
 
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Strictly IC: Since it's entirely on my dime, I wear pull-ups or cheap cloth-backed briefs at home for accident protection (U-IC and F-IC). If I am away from home for multiple hours, then I'll wear a NS Supreme Lite and plastic pants to contain potential fecal mishaps (IBS-d). For overnight, I wear TENA Super (cloth-backed) with plastic pants, which is far cheaper than the premium plastic backed diapers.
 
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I have a Crinklz diapers that I love then I would order Northshore MegaMax diapers are more popular than medical diapers are thin absorbed capacity.
 
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Tranquility atn and smart core. There easy to conceal for day time use.
Betterdry for nights, and heavy days.
 
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2 Pull up Cloth Diaper Pants
2 Cloth Inserts
2 pair Plastic Pants
For sleeping. Difficult in Summer!
 
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