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Why did my wife start wetting the bed?

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By Dr Vincent Karuhanga

I have been married for 16 years now. Last year, my wife started urinating on bed on and off but now it is every night. Is it because she sleeps a lot or because she delivered six children including twins?
Galikuno

Dear Galikuno,
Bedwetting, (nocturnal enuresis) is the unintended passage of urine on the bed during sleep.

It is unlikely that your wife was bedwetting before and hid it from you. It could also be that she had stopped but resumed...

Diaper Lover Questions Future

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Is my adult baby/diaper lover fetish dooming me to lifelong loneliness?

Iím a 27-year-old, male, adult baby/diaper lover (AB/DL). Iíve been in the closet about my fetish basically since puberty.

As a consequence, I never dated or became romantically involved. I thought if I buried my kink with enough shame, it would go away and I would somehow turn normal. It obviously didnít work, and for the past year, Iíve been trying to find healthy ways to integrate this into my life. I play around with the kink in the privacy of my home and otherwise lead a normal life. My depression issues have let up, Iím more confident day-to-day, and even work has begun to improve.

I want to start dating. I went on a normal date, and I felt very inauthentic trying to be engaged when my kink wasnít present or at least out in the open. I just wasnít excited by the idea of a vanilla relationship. I would like to date women, but thereís such an imbalance between men and women with this particular kink that I donít feel like Iíll ever meet someone who is compatible. I feel like Iím doomed to be lonely forever with my kink or sexually unfulfilled and terrified of being found out.

-- Boy Alone Basically Eternally

Caregiving educational series - PG Picks: Top rated underpads for the bed

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Underpads (or Chux) are an important fail safe as part of managing nighttime incontinence.
Used in conjunction with premium overnight diapers / briefs / underwear, underpads (whether reusable or disposable) can provide an extra layer of security against nighttime leaks in bedding and subsequent excessive laundering. Sizes and cost will vary (larger sizes covering more area contain more material and are more expensive) and smaller underpads can also be very effective on a wheelchair, sofa or chair when there's heavy daytime incontinence.

Most top-rated pads offer three or more layers for significant absorbency and a soft-to-the-touch outer barrier that stays dry. Odor prevention is another top feature in the very best underpads. Air-permeable underpads are necessary to prevent skin breakdown when an immobile caree spends more than 18 hours a day in the bed. From a cost and environmental perspective, reusable underpads can be washed and reused to save money and to prevent additional landfill waste. These are our Parentgiving Picks for Underpads:

https://www.parentgiving.com/shop/pic...underpads/

Depend on Incontinence 101

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Did you know that 1 in 4 Americans have bladder leakage? Or that there are four types of incontinence? Stress incontinence, urge incontinence, overactive bladder and nocturia can happen to anyone for all sorts of reasons. Watch Depend's incontinence videos to learn more.

https://www.depend.com/en-us/communit...inence-101

Summer is coming, get back in the water!

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Incontinence shouldn't keep you out of the pool, but you may have to plan for proper protection for the health and safety of everyone.

Urine is mostly sterile and does not need any special care, but if you want some light protection on the way to the pool Swimmates disposable swim pants is a great option. They don't swell up like a diaper or standard pull-up but offer just enough absorbency to keep you dry until you're all wet anyway!

Swimmates at Amazon: https://amzn.to/2XWStUW

Wearing Diapers for a More Active Life

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Some people think that wearing diapers will restrict their daily life. The truth is actually the opposite. My level of incontinence can be managed by wearing a pull-up undergarment, but if I do so I am limited to a couple hours of out-of-home activity before I need to change, something I don't like to do in public restrooms.

On the other hand, when I am wearing a quality diaper I can be out and about for many hours without fear of leaks or accidents. Today's disposables come in options to last up to 8-12 hours, putting music festivals and extended outings back on the table. Super-absorbent diapers also eliminate the need for public restroom changes most of the time.

Even cloth diapers or all-in-one washables can provide longer protection than undergarments or pads.

So, if you need incontinence products, or want the security of knowing you are protected: diaper up! Be comfortable, confident and dry.

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