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  • Be Confident: You have to be confident when it comes to wearing a diaper in public. If you give off signs that you are uncomfortable or doing something ‘strange’ then others pick up on that. If you are wearing a diaper and carry yourself like its nothing and just normal than others will pick up on that as well. People will most likely associate it with a medical condition and it will completely be looked over and not a big deal.

  • Thanks so much for the post, I am often on 10-12 hour flights, and i'm a very heavy wetter and have had leaks around the 5th hour mark with Abena X-plus (sitting down); sometimes I do mess myself, and usually I would just sit in it until I got off the plane with my fellow passengers asking their neighbors why their area of the plane had become particularly odorous.

  • This article made me laugh because sometimes I'll end up wearing diapers for my chaffing. Me being quite the heavy sweater, I tend to have problems with my crotch becoming to damp. So to fix that I just put on a thin diaper (Which is way more absorbent then my underwear) and problem solved. No more chaffing do to major sweating.


  • Adult diaper - Did You KNow?

    Adult diaper - An adult diaper is a diaper made to be worn by a person with a body larger than that of an infant or toddler. Diapers become necessary for adults who suffer from various conditions, such as incontinence, mobility impairment, or dementia. Adult diapers are made in various forms, including those resembling traditional child diapers, underpants, and pads resembling sanitary napkins (known as incontinence pads).

    In the medical community, professionals are trained to use alternative terms such as "briefs" rather than "diapers" for the sake of dignity, as the term "diapers" is associated with children and therefore may have a negative connotation. In practice, though, most health care workers are accustomed to calling them diapers, especially those that resemble childrens' diapers.


     

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