Hi I finally found a safe place to share my story I’m 61 year old female. I worked so hard all my life. My poor bladder and my poop lost control. Just like that. I now have to use pads. Extra thick ones. Sometimes I have to use full diaper. In so embarrassing about my […]
My story began when I was born in October of 1980, from then onwards for the better part of a decade I wore diapers/nappies mostly because I was and still am autistic. I was fully potty trained at the age of six, however I still wore diapers until I turned the age of 10 in […]
I almost feel silly writing this but I am going crazy and need to get it off my chest. I’ve dealt with chronic constipation since I can remember. As much as I try to manage it, I feel like it just gradually gets worse as I get older. Colon cancer and GI problems run in […]
My age as of now is getting up there and I have to wear diapers 24/7. Since I was ten yrs old in foster care.I had a foster mother that was strickt with me and a bit embarrassing at most times .She will check me if I was wet in any situation,like in public or […]
Don’t know where to start for years i have urge to go poop and need to find a toilet fast, then the urinary urge came along too for the past 8 years too, the 2 years have been miserable for me my urge to poop had gotten so bad i would run to find a […]
Ten years ago I was diagnosed rectal cancer. I had my rectum removed (St Mark´s Hospital, London), did quimioterapy, radiotherapy and had an ileostomy (bag) which was suposed to be temporary but because I would have a severe faecal incontinence I was advised to keep the bag and five years later have a permanent colostomy. […]
Many otherwise healthy, active people suffer from loss of bowel control, or bowel incontinence. It can strike people of all ages. It is a long-term (chronic) and unpredictable symptom, which can be caused by many conditions. It is often referred to as fecal incontinence or accidental bowel leakage (ABL). Why Does Incontinence Occur? Continence depends […]
Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is the key element comprising several CPP disorders that are all characterized by intermittent or continuous pain of at least 6 months duration localized to the pelvic area, the lower part of the abdominal cavity.