I'm 32 and wear diapers so embarrassing

I'm 32 have tbi and went from just peeing the bed to completely relying on diapers.  Anyone have any advice. This bothers. But I'm not going to poop my pants at the mall again.

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  • I where Diapers day and night it doesn't bother me. I can't help it so I enjoy life.  I go to college football games tailgate parties basketball games to the malls I go to eat at restaurants.  I take extra diapers with me Wherever I go. I am incontinent of both I just change right away when I have a bm. Just don't let it get to you your still young you have your whole life ahead of you.  Don't worry if people see your diaper no one had ever asked me why I ware Diapers.  I hope this helps you out.

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    • David 

      I also use for bowel and bladder every day.  I live alone and change at home easily.  When I have a bm like now, I rinse off in shower.   I work and sometimes change at work.  My employer knows.  My penis is flaccid and small and can't get hard.  

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    • Andrew hola Not really the place to discuss sexual feelings, arousal and/or the ability/inability to "get it up". Save that for another site/forum please. This is for medical conditions relating to incontinence.

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    • its easier not to get hard

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  • I'm 64 and have been wearing pull-ups for a few years now due to urinary incontinence and, occasionally, diarrhea.  I was embarrassed at first thinking that people could "tell", but they really can't as a general rule.  I much prefer pull-ups to diapers, they give me the psychological boost of feeling like I'm wearing underwear.

    If you can think of it as support for a medical condition, just like any other medical condition requiring support, it eases the mental discomfort.  Hope this helps.

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