I would it helps stop him/her wetting the bed or anything. Have him/her see the doctor it could be a medical problem. After that if the doctor cant find a problem have him/her see a therapist about it might be mental. I know this because I had that problem to
There are people who wear diapers for fun (I.e. they choose to wear them just because). While I have to wear them for medical reasons, I don't see them as any "weirder" then people who enjoy lingerie or dress up, or any other thing that I would beat 90% of the US dose in their bedrooms behind closed doors. However, alot of people in the world believe that diaper wearing people are somehow pedophiles or child molesters, but they are not. Unfortunately that means you may be judged harshly by those around you, so be prepared.
Uh, nobody...what type of question is this??
There's nothing wrong with it. It's actually very common for teens and adults to want to wear diapers for multiple reasons, from sexual to convenience. If it's a matter of parents, that's another story. If you feel comfortable enough, talk to your parents about it, or just go out and do it yourself. It's YOUR life, remember that, do what YOU wanna do....Just don't kill anybody, kay?
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either say its because you have a medical reason or start wetting the bed if all else fails start pooing your pants
Yes, in all US states. Every guy and girl has to wear a singlet when they wrestle in tournaments or meets. You are allowed to wear a tight-fitting shirt (like underarmor) underneath the singlet if you want, but it can't be too loose or saggy.
Not necessarily. Another option is the ostomy bag. Doctors basically the organ pathways involved in order for waste to empty out of a designated spot of the body where an airtight, watertight bag can be attached (and removed to be rmptied).I would imagine today most would pick that option over diapers.
Some do, but it is generally frowned apon by those not into nappys. I've done it and it's fun but people look at you funny
I've done it i loved it
not that i know of, but i know some drivers pee in their suits while they are in the cars.
well when you have to go to bathroom just "go" in your pants if you know what i mean
Here are several ways to wet your pants:
1. Spray them with a garden hose
2. Spill a drink on them
3. Walk through a sprinkler
4. Wear them when it's raining
5. Jump into a pool, lake, pond, river, stream, or the ocean while wearing them
6. Sit in a puddle
7. Pee in them
pampers diapers absorb the most liquid!!!it also all depends on the size of the diaper.
Swim diapers are not waterproof.
They are manufactured without the SAP (super-absorbant polymer) that makes most modern diapers swell up and hold a lot of liquid.
A super absorbant diaper would become very large and heavy if worn while swimming.
I'm an Alabama All State NCAA wrestling champion and I'll be honest, you can wear a cup but it's not suggested because it can affect certain movements and it can actually hurt you more than help.
I always wear a jockstrap and cup for EVERY sport. I play baseball, football, and hockey, as well. For wrestling I wear a soft cup brief that does not interfere and is also relatively unnoticeable if that bothers you. The soft cup is nice since it is flexible but also protects you.
I agree with the previous poster in that I also wear a cup and jock for every sport whether required or not. I feel it gives me the confidence and edge to play all-out without having to worry.
I have been wrestling since age twelve. My first coach insisted that we wear a cup and I have ever since. I am now a senior in H.S. It gives me a peace of mind. I have friends who wrestle and do not wear one and they have been injured.
I have been wrestling since 11 and on my first wrestling practice the first thing I asked him was if we had two wear a cup and he said that it is not needed. But if you want to wear one then that's your choice.
Nope never, jockstrap or brief only.
I am a senior this year and no one wears a cup on my team. Most everyone wears briefs. And yeah you can get hurt there. Freshman year I was in a tournament and got hit there. I took my medical but had to forfeit. It hurt so bad I couldn't continue.
In most cases a cup would create an unsightly bulge in a wrestling singlet, and cups are generally never worn, except perhaps by one organ athletes. Not to say they wouldn't come in handy, as it seems in every tournament you will witness at least one victim curled up on the mat clutching his groin.
I have to admit that yes I did wear a cup for wrestling (as well as for every sport). Like a previous post stated, it gave me the confidence to go all out in whatever I did. That said, it certainly wasn't common to wear a cup for wrestling.
Soft jock strap under the singlet every time.
Only if they are very tiny. Diapers are small.