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  • One of the most important factors I take into consideration when buying adult diapers is how they perform when it comes to chafing. No matter how absorbent or cute or whatever the diaper is, if it is going to cause chafing then I am most likely not going to use it. I am a very active person and I cannot afford to have chaff problems on my crotch and butt area all the time. Most diapers do OK with not chafing until they are wet. Wet diapers are the epitome of causing chafing problems because that added moisture against your skin plus the continual rubbing of plastic or cloth will cause chafing. So, below are some of my “facts” and tips that I have developed to get a diaper that does not chaff (as much).

  • Your soo right. I rememebr the first time i went out in public diapered i was freaking but you get used to it and its not that big a deal.

  • Have a Plan: Formulating a plan before going out in your head will make you not only more comforted but also more confident. If you poop your diaper here, or wet your diaper there, or if someone you know comes up to you…these are all important aspects to take into consideration. But, if you address these situations beforehand and know how to react and what to do then it reduces down a lot on the worries and stresses.


  • 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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