Today in Publix, a local grocery chain, I picked up a package of disposable underpads for my bed. I was drawn to the generic brand, not only because they were cheaper but because of the images on the package. Rather than showing frail, elderly people, they showed younger men and women, closer in age to me. In fact, the generic briefs showed a man in his late 20s-early 30s riding a bicycle. While this may not be much, it helps to show that incontinence is a condition that affects people of all ages. Perhaps that will help reduce the stigma associated with it.
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hi there i live in Australia and am new here i have been wetting the bed since i was a child doctors think it could be from when i was younger i was told i had cancer when i was 3 years old all the treatment i had when i was younger could have caused the wetting i had treatment untill i was around 7-8 i think i had great perants very supportive of my bedwetting it was very hard growing io wearing...
Hi allI am 21. Have been a bedwetter all my life. Have prayed a lot and still woken up to more wet sheets. I am wondering if it has reached the point where I just need to accept it and find ways to live with it. This also includes telling a future husband. Very daunting... My hope is slowly fading.