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scinosensation

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  • My pronouns are..
    he/him

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    Bathroom Control
    Diapers
    Immobilization
    Messing

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  1. That’s been me all my life, from early childhood until the injury that caused wearing diapers to be essential.
  2. When I was 11 I suffered a shoulder injury that made walking very painful and slow. My mother had told me to stay in bed and she would help me get up when I needed up. I called to and she said I needed to wait until she brought my younger sisters home from school. She was gone close to 2 hours. When she got home she said she needed to rest and in spite of my repeated requests she told me to wait. I gave up calling her for help. I held it as long as I could and finally couldn’t hold it. The release felt so good I made no serious efforts to get to the bathroom so over two days I generated a lot of laundry. After wetting my pants 5 or 6 times in a row I asked her if I should wear diapers until the injury got fixed. She told me there weren’t any diapers and thy wouldn’t fit me anyway. I was living with with my fiancé when I got E.coli food poisoning, and simply could not get to the bathroom in time. As my supply of underpants diminished I wasn’t Ed her to buy diapers for me so the cleanup would be easier. When I was in the hospital recovering from the injuries I got when I suffered my spinal cord injury. I realized that the signals simply did not get to my brain unti it was too late. I recognized that I had been in an horrific accident and had survived with my brain and arms and hands intact so I thought I was lucky; stores had shelves of products to deal with my problem. I asked my wife to put me in diaper when I got home.
  3. I have a question. At what point do you say that you wet yourself, peed in your pants, had an accident, etc.? I always thought I had peed in my pants if there was a wet patch bigger than about an inch, (2.5 cm) whether or not it is visible to a outside observer. So if I had gotten really really desperate and suddenly I release a spurt I peed in my pants even if somehow it did not soak through to my pants. Then a few minutes later another release I peed in my pants again. This could go on repeatedly. If I were in a situation in which I were struggling to maintain control I could lose control for an instant and reason control, and if I were clothed I peed in my pants. Then a few minutes later I momentarily lose control and the regain control, I peed in my pants again. In this case I had an accident twice. Specifically, if I pee in my pants I do not have to have a full bladder emptying event. I’m asking because I’ve seen descriptions of very close calls in which there are visible streaks down a persons legs but it was not a full on bladder emptying, to give one perhaps extreme example. I also have described situations in which I was struggling and lost control but regained control for a few minutes then lost control and regained control only to lose control again and described that as wetting myself three time. On the other hand it could be described as wetting myself once in three parts.
  4. @kochel428, neither am I a physician but I am a PhD in molecular and cell biology, and have been long fascinated by kidney function. Also, due to my spinal cord injury I have been very conscious of uti related issues. My understanding is that a uti can cause either greater urgency or urinary retention. Clearly what is the better situation for long term health is the increased urgency. I know from experience the urgency can be quite sudden, and for me, uncontrollable. On the other hand the retention situation can lead to urine unable to leave the kidneys causing kidney damage. I have never seen any indication that a uti itself causes increased urine production. It is however very important to increase fluid intake if on has a uti. I would welcome input from any physicians etc. who can add to or correct anything I have posted.
  5. Ms. @wendywetpants, you had an amazing adventure. I can so very much relate to it. I’ve done similar things after dark just to keep the evidence better hidden. Thank you
  6. I have always made the first choice fearing being charged with indecent exposure.
  7. @wendywetpants, @wetgarth, I feel I could have written the things you have written in this thread. So you are certainly not alone! It was a great and very important revelation to me that I was not the only person in the world who felt that way.
  8. For me, piss is a somewhat obscene word. Years ago I had a supervisor who had (probably) urge incontinence and over nearly 2 years observed or heard her descriptions. The first time I heard her say she pissed at a large outdoor concert then on the next workday told the other people she supervised that she enjoyed the concert so much she wet her pants. In order of “gentility” , wet her pants or wet herself, peed in her pants or peed herself, pissed in her pants or passed herself.
  9. Has anyone tried these? https://www.baby-pants.com/training_Pants.php
  10. I followed her too, from the beginning. She tried to go to some kind of pay per view and I lost track of her.
  11. @nappypants is correct that there are no “bladder laxatives”. There are however bladder irritants. Tobacco is one. Pot seems to be for some people. Acidic foods and drinks are another. Alcohol can be a bladder irritant. Foods in the “deadly nightshade” family, such as tomato, potato especially if there is an area of greening, eggplant can all irritate the bladder. The response of the bladder to irritation is to try to expel the irritants. After I lost the ability to consciously control bladder function I quickly discovered some of the irritant foods would cause unexpected needs for diaper changes. Looking back I can see times incidents that could be explained by effects of bladder irritants.
  12. Alisha looks completely at home in a real diaper!
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