Bladder repositioning - Most stress incontinence in women results from the urethra dropping down toward the vagina. Therefore, common surgery for stress incontinence involves pulling the urethra up to a more normal position. Working through an incision in the vagina or abdomen, the surgeon raises the urethra and secures it with a string attached to muscle, ligament, or bone. For severe cases of stress incontinence, the surgeon may secure the urethra with a wide sling. This not only holds up the bladder but also compresses the bottom of the bladder and the top of the urethra, further preventing leakage.
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The important thing with exercising in diapers is to make sure you always use vaseline or something similar to it because it allows for reduced chaffing and just makes everything more comfortable in general. So, go out and buy yourself a big jar of vaseline and put generous amounts in the crotch area and butt area before you exercise to help with any discomfort. Or as Peter likes to call it – “lubing up” before exercising. Haha – hopefully this helped some of you even though some of it is common sense.
The main thing I tell people is to have your reasons and justifications laid out up front and to make sure those reasons are not just that you like them. Start out with that it originated from a medical issue and then go from there. Use words like “security”, “comfort”, “de-stress”, and “calms me down” because these words are neutral and non-aggressive words that will make what you are telling them easier and put it in a more positive light. A lot of what you say and how you say it has to be tailored and catered to that person though based on what type of person they are.
I've told most of my close female friends and my wife. What I tell them is due to a back injury in construction many years ago, I go in and out of needing to wear diapers. In truth, I just enjoy wearing them and wetting and messing in them. I'm now 50 and I first remember wanting to wear diapers at age 7 and have wanted to ever since, although I didn't start to act out regularly until I was 18 living on my own. Up until my early 20's I used to go through bouts of guilt about what was wrong with me and I would throw out all my diaper fetish gear. Then I would end up buying it all again. I finally discovered the ABDL community in my mid twenties and gradually over time have stopped feeling guilty about my love of diapers. I don't know if I would really want to be in them 24/7, though I sometimes fantasize about that. I do know that over the years the frequency of wearing them has increased and I now often go several days diapered 24/7 and loving it. After a day or so of wearing continuously, I find I begin to lose conscious control of my bladder, and to a lesser degree my bowels. In particular, I often find I am wetting my diaper before I realized I was about to. Messing my diaper usually has more advance notice, but after a day or so of wearing, I find that my bladder and bowels tend to relax and the first sign of pressure and I fill my diaper quite naturally. I don't know if I am gradually training myself to become incontinent and this would not be an entirely undesirable outcome either. I wear diapers most evening, but find I have to wake up to pee; I've never wet my diaper while asleep. That said, I have found it increasingly easy to relax my bladder when I wake up and let the urine flow out, then I drift back off to sleep. I'm not certain I want 24/7 incontinence, but I would love to have nighttime incontinence.