Catheterization - If an incontinence is due to overflow incontinence, in which the bladder never empties completely, or if the bladder cannot empty because of poor muscle tone, past surgery, or spinal cord injury, a catheter may be used to empty the bladder. A catheter is a tube that can be inserted through the urethra into the bladder to drain urine. Catheters may be used once in a while or on a constant basis, in which case the tube connects to a bag that is attached to the leg. If a long-term(or indwelling)catheter is used, urinary tract infections may occur.
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Find a special friend and it sounds like you have. Sit her down and explain that your feelings like hers are extremely important and you want her to know how you feel. Not everybody likes the smell of poopy diapers and ammonia, I love it but not so everybody else. Just be honest and caring she will understand, spill some baby powder on your bath towel or on the bed after making love and wear some on your body she will get the hint, if she gets hostile your answer will be there. If she is curious and says babe how come you dust your body with baby scented powder you can tell her about your love for her and diapers and see if her eyes get big and she smiles a lot. If she loves you more than her hangups you have a mate and a good one too. Don't ever mess this up and you won't have to do this again.
Some of these are obvious tips but some aren’t, so hopefully these tips help you next time you decide to wear a diaper on an airplane and need to change. If you have any other tips please do share them as I am just basing this off my personal experiences and what I have done.
Mention of plastic pants reminds me that it would be very helpful if you, as a diaper pro, could explain when you find it desirable to wear plastic pants. I always wear them when I expect to seriously wet my diapers but they are hot and uncomfortable. I much prefer to wear the diaper without the plastic pants but am afraid to wet them in public, principaly because of odour issues.