Nov 30, 2014 - 05:01 AM
It's not a matter of dignity, it's a matter of health.
Lots of luck.
Nov 30, 2014 - 07:22 AM
Nov 30, 2014 - 12:57 PM
Dec 03, 2014 - 06:52 AM
i had the same problems with my mother till i purchased some incontinent pads and wipes. She isnt even aware of the accident until i tell her at first i would scold her but i realized she is confused and unaware. i have seen some pads at the store that look like mens underwear? maybe that will help u also might try a barrier cream to avoid skin breakdown from the incontinence good luck i hope this helps u
Feb 15, 2015 - 03:30 PM
Feb 16, 2015 - 06:39 AM
My husband was the same. He thought he was giving in to the situation and that it was emasculating...which he was NOT ready for. We talked about it a lot...love, attitude, sexuality and alternatives..then I bought my own diapers and wore them even though I don't need them (yet). He noticed, of course, and after a few weeks of my raving about the advantages yet I didn't change my behavior toward him, he actually asked if they made any without flowers and I bought him several kinds, including the NASA brand made for astronauts. We talked about different "manly" professions that utilized diapers every day throughout their lives....as well as some that don't, but should.
He settled on th NASA product for the idea as well as the comfort. After he woke up dry several nights, I agreed to lay in bed with him until he went to sleep. Now he wears them all the time. Patience, rewards and conversation are working well so far. We are both professionals and have a lot of laughs about "if only I had them that time that.........(fill in the blank).
Sep 13, 2015 - 07:51 AM
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Sep 14, 2015 - 11:42 AM
If he asks just tell him that you noticed that some of his underwear was a little torn so you got some new ones for him.
This should help absorb the urine as to washing clothes,,
Does he wash clothes himself or does someone do that for him.?
My husband would remove his clothes at the end of the day and place them on his chair for the next morning, I just started picking them up and folding clean clothes and putting the clean ones on the chair. I doubt he ever noticed.
If someone washes clotes for him this might work if he washes (or doesn't) wash his own try to get him to put the disposable briefs in another "hamper" to be "washed" later. I have on occasion washed an underpad and it is not pretty!!!
As to fit many of the disposable briefs have a pretty good fit and are barely detectable and he should be pretty comfortable.
Sep 15, 2015 - 08:54 AM
Oct 07, 2015 - 01:36 PM
Regarding keeping wipes by the toilet, they're great but I HIGHLY recommend you strictly monitor their disposal. My mother was throwing them in the toilet which caused the pipes in my entire home to back up. 4 bathrooms and we couldn't use any of them! Couldn't shower, use the diswasher or clothes washing machine either. The back up was so bad, we had to call the city. Two weeks of headaches and $1,000 later, we learned the pipes were clogged with wipes and even an adult diaper! Now we hand the wipes one at a time and monitor to make sure they're not disposed in the toilet!
Nov 15, 2015 - 02:42 PM
Source: Personal situation with a friend
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