Thursday, August 28, 2014

Diapers at the Doctor

July 22, 2008 by  
Filed under Reader Question

I wanted to start off my addressing a question that one of the readers posted earlier. They asked me how I delt with going to the doctor and telling them about diapers. The thing with me is I do wear them for a medical reason so that is always what I tell them, i have had very few not believe me but i Often get some weird looks from them which surprises me considering they are doctors. One time – even though this is slightly embarrassing a while ago back when I was in college I Had to go to the emergency room and I had pooped my diaper. oops! I had to be taken so quickly that i didn’t have time to change so when I went in there I was scared they were going to smell it, even though I am pretty sure they did they never did say anything to me! But yea I just tell them my medical history and tell them that I wear them 24/7 because of that. I have never talked to anyone else about this – so I’m curious, has anyone else had to tell a doctor why they are wearing or explained it in some way?

Today was much more peaceful then the weekend! Peter and I went for a walk to try and get some exercise in with the dogs that was a lot of fun, though nothing much to report on :) I hope everyone had a great day! Hugs!

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6 Responses to “Diapers at the Doctor”
  1. mholtebeck says:

    I had one experience wearing a diaper to the doctor. I go to a hemotologist for to get bleed every two months, and I decided to wear a diaper the last time I was bleed. I did this for convenience- as I have to drink loads of water prior to them sticking the big needle in my arm- and comfort because that needle is REALLY BIG. Anyway, I forgot that I was also supposed to get seen by my doctor. I don’t wear one for medical reasons, and I don’t really feel like explaining why I like diapers. He is also my primary doctor now, and is more aware of my medical history than I am. Suddenly I realized it wasn’t such a good idea, and fortunately he never did notice my diaper (or if he did- he didn’t say anything).

  2. WillInTn says:

    I have been to the doctor diapered before and have never had one ask about it. The only time I felt funny about it was when I had to go into the hospital for sleep apnea tests. This means that you go in and they hook up electrodes onto you and see how often the apnea occurs. They also film the session. Well, I sleep in a diaper and nothing else. It felt weird to come in, strip down, and get into bed knowing there is someone watching on a camera and taping me. I am fine with a loved on seeing me in my diaper and I would even be ok with a doctor seeing it (in person), but the thought that I’m now on camera made me feel really strange. I hate cameras.

  3. me says:

    I always wear a diaper to the doctor. They are supposed to be professiponals after all. Before even seeing a doctor there is the S.O.P. of check-in and that is usually where the blank stares come from. If the doctor can’t deal with the diapered adult he/she needs to find a new vocation. I wear for need myself.

  4. perry says:

    Iwork in a emergency room alot and we see diapered adults often ,we barely give it a second thought .We automatically assume it must be for a medical reason . As for asking why? Only if it has to be none for procederial purposes.Other than that all medical info. is on a need to know basis and kept in strict confidential trust.

  5. nelson says:

    well good afternoon everyone first time reader and poster. well i had a question. well since do i dare say most of us do wear printed diapers wouldnt you say more questions are raised?

  6. Troy says:

    I know this thread is old, but wanted to add, I am moving away from cheap drugstore brand i.e Depends which aren’t really cheap imo. To something more functional for my issues. I am begging to think, if there is a need (medical or mental) then why not have a little fun with it?

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