Do people actually like wearing Nappies???

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Daniel

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Jun 24, 2012
 
I found this profile because I wanted something to help me but read through things and find there are guys on here that like to wear nappies.......are they joking or being serious???
Richard B

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Jun 24, 2012
 
Daniel wrote:
I found this profile because I wanted something to help me but read through things and find there are guys on here that like to wear nappies.......are they joking or being serious???
Hi Daniel, I just ignore those threads and just stick to the ones for people who really need to wear nappies, like I do cause of my CP.
What sort of help are you looking for? There are lots of us here who can help if we're able to.
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Jun 24, 2012
 
They're serious.

TBH, I don't have a problem with ABDLs unless they trey to push their fetish on me.

I also think they shoudn't be posting on sites like this. There are plenty of sites that cater only to them(I've looked).
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Jun 25, 2012
 
Hi Richard :)

I'm disbaled also! I use because it's just easier than having to lump out of bed everytime! By the time I get up and out of my bed into my chair it's pointless, also wear sometimes at day if I go somewhere that I know the loos are not accessable!

I just wanted to talk to guys like me! It depresses me sometimes that I just can't move quick enough to get out of bed! Heyho!!

Thnaks for ur reply mate!!
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Jul 6, 2012
 
I for 1 certainly does not like them and would love to be ridof them after 18 years of wearing at night, but yes it seems there are those that for some reason et a kick out of wearing the horrid things.

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Jul 6, 2012
 
Rule 34: If it exists, there is porn of it.
JSR

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Jul 6, 2012
 
Some poeple do like wearing nappies, they are called ABDLs (Adult Baby Diaper Lovers), or some are TBs (Teen Baby). It's a fetish that usually comes from a person wanting to feel more secure with less worries again. All though there are many causes for it - and not everything that causes it will have the same effect on each person.

But like any group in society, there are people who just go that little bit too far. And unfortually that is what is seen on this forum. For people trying to get genuine help, "fantasy crap" from some of these people does not help.

I would suggest just keept your wits about you, knowing what to ignore and weed out.(All though not all ABDLs are bad people, but it should really be kept to a minimum on this site).
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Hi Daniel, I just ignore those threads and just stick to the ones for people who really need to wear nappies, like I do cause of my CP.
What sort of help are you looking for? There are lots of us here who can help if we're able to.
Richard
If you don't mind asking - for your CP? Is that cerebral palsy? I have mild cerebral palsy, fortunatly I am able to walk and move around relitvely easily, but it's a huge problem for me. So I can't fully appeciate the difficulties it must cause you, but I do appreciate it a bit. I'm truly glad I don't have to wear nappies because of it.
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Jul 7, 2012
 
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If you don't mind asking - for your CP? Is that cerebral palsy? I have mild cerebral palsy, fortunatly I am able to walk and move around relitvely easily, but it's a huge problem for me. So I can't fully appeciate the difficulties it must cause you, but I do appreciate it a bit. I'm truly glad I don't have to wear nappies because of it.
Hi JSR, yes I do have a type of Cerebral Palsy called Spastic Diplegia, which mainly affects my legs, but also affects my hands slightly. The other main problem Iíve got from CP is that the part of my brain that controls my bladder doesnít work, so Iíve got no control of my bladder. Thatís why I need to wear nappies 24/7, and as Iíve always worn them I just regard them as being my normal underwear. I certainly donít love them like the DLs do, anymore than I would love boxers or briefs if I wore them.
As far as I know, youíre the only other person whoís ever posted here who has CP. You say that itís a huge problem for you, though you also say that your CP is mild. What are your main problems?
Richard.
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Jul 7, 2012
 
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Hi JSR, yes I do have a type of Cerebral Palsy called Spastic Diplegia, which mainly affects my legs, but also affects my hands slightly. The other main problem Iíve got from CP is that the part of my brain that controls my bladder doesnít work, so Iíve got no control of my bladder. Thatís why I need to wear nappies 24/7, and as Iíve always worn them I just regard them as being my normal underwear. I certainly donít love them like the DLs do, anymore than I would love boxers or briefs if I wore them.
As far as I know, youíre the only other person whoís ever posted here who has CP. You say that itís a huge problem for you, though you also say that your CP is mild. What are your main problems?
Richard.
By a huge problem, I mean no disrespect - it would be very minor compared to yourself.

With my CP it's not very obvious I have it in most cases. The biggest thing for me, is it contributed to a lot of bullying when I was in school. It affects all my motorskills, so riding a bike, catching a ball, running, tying my shoes, putting on buttons and writing are all difficult.

The good thing about mild CP is that it's obviously not as bad as it could be and it can only get better!:) But I still have great difficuly running (sometimes walking I muck up) and I can't write fast enough in tests or exams (I'm now able to use a computer which is great).

Basically because I look relatively normal, aside from my motorskills, people sometimes think I'm a "retard'. Due to other medical conditions (hydrocephalus for one), it all weighs me down. I'm quite small (short and don't weigh much) so I look geeky (which is because of all the strains my body has gone through). Geeky + poor motorskills = a bad impression to shallow people, which while I don't need to associate with them, in any part of life: they do exist and are around me. Then on top of it, I still have very poor motorskills so everytime I do something with my hands or walk when people are looking at me, I get very nervous.

As I said, I mean no disrespect. I imagine what I'm going through with mild CP is tenfold worse for someone who has it worse. But like anything in life, it's always good to know I'm not the only one.

All the best,
JSR
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Jul 7, 2012
 
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By a huge problem, I mean no disrespect - it would be very minor compared to yourself.
With my CP it's not very obvious I have it in most cases. The biggest thing for me, is it contributed to a lot of bullying when I was in school. It affects all my motorskills, so riding a bike, catching a ball, running, tying my shoes, putting on buttons and writing are all difficult.
The good thing about mild CP is that it's obviously not as bad as it could be and it can only get better!:) But I still have great difficuly running (sometimes walking I muck up) and I can't write fast enough in tests or exams (I'm now able to use a computer which is great).
Basically because I look relatively normal, aside from my motorskills, people sometimes think I'm a "retard'. Due to other medical conditions (hydrocephalus for one), it all weighs me down. I'm quite small (short and don't weigh much) so I look geeky (which is because of all the strains my body has gone through). Geeky + poor motorskills = a bad impression to shallow people, which while I don't need to associate with them, in any part of life: they do exist and are around me. Then on top of it, I still have very poor motorskills so everytime I do something with my hands or walk when people are looking at me, I get very nervous.
As I said, I mean no disrespect. I imagine what I'm going through with mild CP is tenfold worse for someone who has it worse. But like anything in life, it's always good to know I'm not the only one.
All the best,
JSR
Hi JSR, how old are you? Iím 13, but I donít go to mainstream school, as Iím home schooled for the most part so Iím not bullied, though I do attend a special needs centre for maths and science lessons, which are my best subjects.
Just like you, my fine motor skills are poor, especially in my hands. Because Iím allergic to the gel they use in disposable nappies, I have to wear pin-on terry nappies, and cause of my motor skill problems, I canít manage the pins, so my mum still has to pin my nappies on. Iím also slow at writing, so I prefer to use the computer where I can more easily do corrections if I type something wrong.
I can walk a bit (usually with the aid of a stick), but when Iím going any distance I need to use my wheelchair.
I know what you mean when people think youíre a retard. Just cause I canít walk properly and have to wear nappies, some people assume I must also be mentally retarded. In actual fact Iíve been told that I have a very high IQ, and Iím very advanced for my age at maths and science.
Iím also quite small for my age, but I donít have hydrocephalus. Does your hydrocephalus cause you to have seizures?
Itís good to talk to someone else who has CP with some of the same problems Iíve got. Youíre certainly not the only one. I used to think that I was the only (non-mentally impared) teenager with CP, who still wore nappies, despite the fact that urinary incontinence is supposed to be fairly common among CP sufferers. I once posted on a CP forum but nobody else there admitted to still wetting, so I came here, where there are some other disabled teenagers who are incontinent.
All the best,
Richard.
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Jul 8, 2012
 
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Hi JSR, how old are you? Iím 13, but I donít go to mainstream school, as Iím home schooled for the most part so Iím not bullied, though I do attend a special needs centre for maths and science lessons, which are my best subjects.
Just like you, my fine motor skills are poor, especially in my hands. Because Iím allergic to the gel they use in disposable nappies, I have to wear pin-on terry nappies, and cause of my motor skill problems, I canít manage the pins, so my mum still has to pin my nappies on. Iím also slow at writing, so I prefer to use the computer where I can more easily do corrections if I type something wrong.
I can walk a bit (usually with the aid of a stick), but when Iím going any distance I need to use my wheelchair.
I know what you mean when people think youíre a retard. Just cause I canít walk properly and have to wear nappies, some people assume I must also be mentally retarded. In actual fact Iíve been told that I have a very high IQ, and Iím very advanced for my age at maths and science.
Iím also quite small for my age, but I donít have hydrocephalus. Does your hydrocephalus cause you to have seizures?
Itís good to talk to someone else who has CP with some of the same problems Iíve got. Youíre certainly not the only one. I used to think that I was the only (non-mentally impared) teenager with CP, who still wore nappies, despite the fact that urinary incontinence is supposed to be fairly common among CP sufferers. I once posted on a CP forum but nobody else there admitted to still wetting, so I came here, where there are some other disabled teenagers who are incontinent.
All the best,
Richard.
Hey Richard,
I'm 19. I did corospondence (similar to home school) when I was 13-15, that was actually mostly due to bullying and health issues (my hydocefilas). But I can understand, homeschooling is great for some people.

Out of curiosity, do you know what you know what you want to do once you finish school?

You and your parents have probably thought through a lot of options - but out of curiosity, have you tried cloth diapers with velcro tabs? Would you perhaps be able to do that yourself?

I know I always hated when my parents had to help me. As I said before, tieing my shoes, cutting my fingernails, riding a bike, running were all things that were difficult - and my CP is only mild! And that's difficult accepting help. So I can only imagine how difficult it is when it's worse.

I have other health issues which has caused me to be quite fatigued - but despite this I'm doing quite well at "life". I'm at university and getting good grades, met some awesome people, and enjoying life - and I know that was one thing I was always worried about. So if you've ever wondered about how things are going to be when you're older with a condition like CP ... they can be great, it just takes work.

I joined a forum for people with CP ages ago (I haven't looked in a while though), and I'm sure there were people in similar situations to yourself, I can try and find it if you like?

Sorry, I'm lazy I see you asked if hydrocefilas causes sezuires - no it doesn't. Fluid doesn't run down my spine so I have a tube that takes it down - it all gets very complicated. Also because I'm lazy I have spell check this or proof read it, so if there are typos, my apologies.

Hope all is going well.
JSR

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Jul 8, 2012
 
Some of that post doesn't make as much sense as I like (or convey what I mean to say well), but you should get the jist lol. I'm on holidays from Uni at the moment, and I'm so sick of writing everything absolutly proper and triple checking it - another week to go and I've got to start that again!..
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Hey Richard,
I'm 19. I did corospondence (similar to home school) when I was 13-15, that was actually mostly due to bullying and health issues (my hydocefilas). But I can understand, homeschooling is great for some people.
Out of curiosity, do you know what you know what you want to do once you finish school?
You and your parents have probably thought through a lot of options - but out of curiosity, have you tried cloth diapers with velcro tabs? Would you perhaps be able to do that yourself?
I know I always hated when my parents had to help me. As I said before, tieing my shoes, cutting my fingernails, riding a bike, running were all things that were difficult - and my CP is only mild! And that's difficult accepting help. So I can only imagine how difficult it is when it's worse.
I have other health issues which has caused me to be quite fatigued - but despite this I'm doing quite well at "life". I'm at university and getting good grades, met some awesome people, and enjoying life - and I know that was one thing I was always worried about. So if you've ever wondered about how things are going to be when you're older with a condition like CP ... they can be great, it just takes work.
I joined a forum for people with CP ages ago (I haven't looked in a while though), and I'm sure there were people in similar situations to yourself, I can try and find it if you like?
Sorry, I'm lazy I see you asked if hydrocefilas causes sezuires - no it doesn't. Fluid doesn't run down my spine so I have a tube that takes it down - it all gets very complicated. Also because I'm lazy I have spell check this or proof read it, so if there are typos, my apologies.
Hope all is going well.
Hi JSR, itís great to hear that youíre at university. What subject are you studying? Iím well ahead of most teens my age at maths and sciences, as Iím currently studying subjects like calculus. I want to do a science degree, probably Physics. After all, if Stephen Hawking can be a brilliant scientist, I donít see why I canít become a Physicist, cause heís a lot more disabled than I am. In my spare time I like reading books on Physics subjects like Relativity. I can understand the theory and maths in Special Relativity, but the maths in General Relativity is still beyond my level, though I think I understand the general principles like the space-time continuum.
The problem I have doing my own nappies is that I canít put them on tight enough so that they donít leak past my plastic pants. Mum is really good at it. By the way, Iíve only got mum cause my dad died of cancer when I was 8. Mum did try some Velcro tabs on one of my nappies but even she couldnít get it as tight as she does with pins, so Iím sure I wouldnít be able to, what with my dodgy hands. How do you manage with things like shoe laces and buttons now that you are at university?
Iím like you, cause I have to use spell check a lot, what with my clumsy fingers, and I sometimes get mum to check what Iíve typed to make sure it makes sense and the grammar is right.
You say that your CP is only mild, but what with your other health problems like hydrocephalus, youíre probably in a similar condition to me overall, but in different ways.
What sort of work would you like to do when you graduate from Uni, or do you want to stay and do research?
Anyway, good luck at Uni.
Richard.
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Hi JSR, itís great to hear that youíre at university. What subject are you studying? Iím well ahead of most teens my age at maths and sciences, as Iím currently studying subjects like calculus. I want to do a science degree, probably Physics. After all, if Stephen Hawking can be a brilliant scientist, I donít see why I canít become a Physicist, cause heís a lot more disabled than I am. In my spare time I like reading books on Physics subjects like Relativity. I can understand the theory and maths in Special Relativity, but the maths in General Relativity is still beyond my level, though I think I understand the general principles like the space-time continuum.
The problem I have doing my own nappies is that I canít put them on tight enough so that they donít leak past my plastic pants. Mum is really good at it. By the way, Iíve only got mum cause my dad died of cancer when I was 8. Mum did try some Velcro tabs on one of my nappies but even she couldnít get it as tight as she does with pins, so Iím sure I wouldnít be able to, what with my dodgy hands. How do you manage with things like shoe laces and buttons now that you are at university?
Iím like you, cause I have to use spell check a lot, what with my clumsy fingers, and I sometimes get mum to check what Iíve typed to make sure it makes sense and the grammar is right.
You say that your CP is only mild, but what with your other health problems like hydrocephalus, youíre probably in a similar condition to me overall, but in different ways.
What sort of work would you like to do when you graduate from Uni, or do you want to stay and do research?
Anyway, good luck at Uni.
Richard.
Hey Richard,
I study business at university - majoring in economics and strategic management. As strange as this sounds, I love it. In saying that, it's really hard ... and this semester I've gone up and down - one assignment I got the top mark in the class for one assignment (out of 147 people), top 5% for another assignment, average and a below average mark for the other assignments ... and then the exam I did terribly so I have a B overall (in the "top" 40% of the paper with that)... haha, so now I'm wondering if it's what I should be doing. But I think that highlights I need to keep working hard.

Science is pretty interesting. I have heaps of respect for people that enjoy that and understand it. If you have a good understanding of science, it's surprising how much things just "click" for you. I personally hate science and am no good at it lol (well, not any good anymore), but I do respect it :)

I forget the exact medical term, but I read and have heard that "CP is no progressive", which is great it can't get worse. Being mild for me, with A LOT of practice it can get better. I practiced tieing my shoes when I was 14, everyday, and now I can do that fine (sometimes it might take me two tries though). And same with my fingernails, just practice. My toenails are still difficult though. Luckily I come home often enough so I get my mum to do them for me :)

I was born 10 weeks early which caused my CP and hydrocephalus, and my hydrocephalus is quite bad. So as I think I said, fluid doesn't run down my spine, so a tube takes it down. That tube can cause all sorts of problems, it can block causing it needing to be replaced etc. I have had 10 operations (the last when I was 13, so haven't had too much problem in a while at least), but I expect I'll need another one soon. The operations and other medical procedures I've gone through have caused my body to not function quite right. I can't remember how you spell it, but I was a condition that means I was low on iron, making me very tired. But I've seen found out, I'm actually low in all sorts of other vitimins and stuff in my body because of the operations. Because of this I can't grow muscle very easily, and I'm still fatigued. Throughout school I was only there half the time - but I still got first in
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Jul 8, 2012
 
I don't know if this will post - but it's not letting me make the post I want for some reason - I'll try again another time lol.

Hope the begining of your week is going well.
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Jul 9, 2012
 
Hi JSR, I hope things go well for you at university. Business wouldnít be the right subject for me. Iíll stick to maths and the sciences.
Youíre right, CP is non-progressive, which means that the brain damage that caused it wonít get any worse, but the effects could slowly get worse so you may need more treatment if they do.
I like your idea of practicing tying shoelaces. If I try that, you never know I may eventually be able to pin my own nappies on tightly, so I wonít need mum to do it. It was a bit embarrassing at first when I reached 13 and still needed mum to change my nappies.
I was also born prematurely, which is a common cause of CP, but I didnít get Hydrocephalus, which doesnít sound like a nice thing to have. Iíve had a few operations for reducing spasticity in my legs, but I still canít walk normally, though itís better than it was, but itís still tiring. Thatís why I still need my wheelchair for going long distances.
I think the low on iron condition youíre talking about is iron deficiency anaemia. Do you take iron supplements?
Have you had to go for regular physiotherapy to loosen your muscles and improve muscle tone? I go once a week every Tuesday morning and mum also does leg stretching exercises on me every day. The embarrassing part of going for physio is having to undress down to my nappy before getting on the physio table, but the physio lady doesnít seem to care. She says sheís seen it all before, cause she does physio for quite a few kids who still wear nappies. I havenít asked her if that includes any other teenagers. Anyway, Iíve more or less got used to it now. After all other medical people like doctors and nurses see me in a nappy and donít think twice about it. Still, it would be better if I was like you and didnít need them, but I wouldnít want to exchange nappies for Hydrocephalus.
Good luck with your studies.
Richard.
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Jul 9, 2012
 
Most of the posters in this forum are those with a diaper fetish. Not all abdls are bad. You mainly have the dreggs of the Abdl crowd on here. You should not even think of them as human. They are more like cockroaches. Treat them as such.
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Jul 9, 2012
 
Hi JSR,just in case you thought CAT was having a go at us, he wasn't. He was replying to the original post in this thread, not to any of our posts, and was talking about posts in other threads in this forum, not in this thread. He should have made that clear, so he needs a good telling off. LOL
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Jul 11, 2012
 
This doesn't seem to let me post for some reason. I don't know if this post will work, but I'll have to try and work it out before I can reply properly.
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Jul 11, 2012
 
JSR wrote:
This doesn't seem to let me post for some reason. I don't know if this post will work, but I'll have to try and work it out before I can reply properly.
Hi JSR, sometimes the same thing happens to me if my post is quite long and is posted as a reply to a long post. If I don't post it as a reply, it usually posts OK.
Richard.

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