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  • An adult diaper is designed to only hold a certain amount of liquid and that amount of liquid varies highly across all the diaper brands. Some adult diapers can barely manage to hold one wetting before they leak while others such as the premier Bambino Diapers, Secure X-Plus, or Abena can hold multiple wettings. For those people who depend on adult diapers to keep them from leaking and want to save a little money in the long run, boosters are for you. A booster, if chosen properly, can take ANY diaper and make it last twice or three times as long if used properly. In the end, this adds to the life of the diaper and thus giving you an extension of time before one needs to change their diaper.

  • After recent events occuring, its been suspected this is not a real ABDL radio, but a smart troll trap that will be used to mock infantilists.

  • If you are going to do “messy play” then please use a LOT of vaseline and baby powder because it is going to cause some massive diaper rash after you wait awhile. I just think the health aspects do it for me. I am a health nut so sitting around in a messy diaper is just NOT ME. Just because we engage in this sort of thing does not mean we have to be immature, stupid, or unsafe about it. Treat your body right so that you don’t get yourself sick or at the least get a really uncomfortable diaper rash.


  • Urinary incontinence - Did You KNow?

    Exercises - One of the most common treatment recommendations includes exercising the muscles of the pelvis. Kegel exercises to strengthen or retrain pelvic floor muscles and sphincter muscles can reduce stress leakage. Patients younger than 60 years old benefit the most. The patient should do at least 24 daily contractions for at least 6 weeks. It is possible to assess pelvic floor muscle strength using a Kegel perineometer. Increasingly there is evidence of the effectiveness of pelvic floor muscle exercise (PFME) to improve bladder control. For example, urinary incontinence following childbirth can be improved by performing PFME.


     

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