And there are other measurements beside height and weight that i need to find out if what i have will fit you properly and those are best done via email or a chat program whatever you prefer.View Thread
How did they rule out Diabetic Neuropathy? Impotent and incontinent it's old home week, i am 43 and both but due to much different severe circumstances although i still have meds and such to help with the erections,and diapers to wear for my bladder problem but few people ever get to see the diaper butt that gives you away because i am a very high function quadriplegic in a power wheelchair. But please do explain how they ruled it out so quickly, Normally a patient would be tried on several different medication's that have been shown to help neuropathic pain yet it seems with you i get the feeling that it was a black or white hot or cold decision.
Well i have scoured all of even the most obscure Geodon side effect references and non of them come close to Nocturnal Enuresis and i know Klonopin well it is not the cause.If it was me i would buy some adult diapers and a reusable bed mat they sell them at most pharmacies for around 15.00$ to make sure if the diaper does not catch it the mat will and the mat you just wash with your laundry,and at the same time i would if your insurance requires it get a referral to a Urologist who can check out your bladder and kidneys and such to eliminate a physical cause or serious health concern. You did not say if you had any other medical problems like diabetes or things like that which could be the culprit also.
The best protection for nite sleeping is not found in disposables it is found in highly absorbent Cloth diapers(Nappi's) and Plastic pants over top you will not need to be woken up to change you can sleep through the night and shower in the morning as normal so taking a course of sleeping pills to get your self back to a stabilized sleeping schedule will be no problem what so ever.
Do you want to know why i make this bold promises of sleeping through the night and using the Cloth reusable diapers with either pins or velcro that every three or four days you just run a small load of wash to clean your diapers and life rolls on easy for you?? because i have been incontinent for ten years i am now 43 years old and i take a sleeping pill Temazepam ( Restoril ) or Flurazepam ( Dalmane ) both are benzodiazepine sleeping pills and i have been alternating between the two for the last 15 years including all ten incontinent years so i know where you are and i know where you want to be if you click on my avatar at the bottom of "my Story" is a safe email if you would like to email privately about the what and how message me and i can tell you what i did and find out if you and i are similar sized because i have still unused products that i could send you to let you see what they are like and how comfortable they are and the protection they offer!View Thread
I am Incontinent i have multiple issues causing it,the best solution for dealing with it for me is 1. I do intermittent Catheterization 3 times a day 2. I use disposable diapers for long trips away from home because its simpler 3. I use Angelfluff cloth diapers at home during the day i wear custom diapers that are built to my exact measurements so they are very comfortable and absorbent and at night i wear just a super heavy weight off the shelf nite diaper. the reason that disposables are simpler away from home is because you wash them with Dye Perfume and fabric softener free soap and no dryer sheets or fabric sheets in the dryer because the cause a waxy buildup that repels liquid-- and you can not find a washer and dryer that id not loaded with the residue of 1000's of people using that stuff. So disposables rule for away from home!View Thread
I also want to warn you if No was has told you this before of something that sounds bizarre but is true- If you limit your fluid intake due to Continence issues and you get dehydrated your body will make more urine and you will have to urinate More than if you stayed properly hydrated.
2 sides of the same coin you call it in the air and no matter how it lands you lose.Our bodies are incredible but very complex, keep us informed of your quest for answers .
oh Absolutely i'm not saying don't pusue a surgical intervention if You personally want such care, i was just stating for me i do not want to risk any kind of surgery to fix the plumbing because i am a person subject to Malignant Hyperthermia and anethesia if not done with just the right drugs for the right amount of time will cause me to die ( a large portion of people with central and or mini core diseases are subject to this fatal reaction) so for me that kind of stuff is out of the question as too risky ,but for anyone else who may want to have one of those done i will support them 110% without question .
And again i want to stress no matter how much or how little your incontinence affects your life, and no matter what method or method's of protection you use to help control it, So far as we know we only have 1 life to live, SO do not let incontinence hold you beck from 1 precious second of this life, do not reach the end of your time here on earth with regrets thats your incontinence problem held you back when in fact most people are so self absorbed they would never have known you wore protection if you stood in walmart and thats all you wore practicly.
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