Lazy Diaper Days - 24/7 Diapers - What to Expect! (2023)

First,I did not write this🇧🇷 That isAdrian Surley's website, and made a lot of really great posts! She has a different perspective on many things related to the ABDL lifestyle and I think it's a good idea to have different or alternative views on the subject.

Those ones:

Something you find with surprising frequency on ABDL sites is the interest in napping 24/7; in other words, he always naps, except for showering and changing.

For many people, it's more of an erotic fantasy than anything else. For others, it may be a very small and practical step if they are already partially dependent on diapers; In the long run, for an incontinent person who doesn't expect their incontinence to get better, it can be all too easy to rely on diapers all the time. time rather than having half a diaper system and trying to control bladder or bowel leakage.

Regardless of the motivation, the fact remains that many people today are not dependent on diapers (or other protection) 24/7, but are at least considering making the switch.

Here's what you can expect from these people, both the good and the bad. I will also leave the comments open for others who are in touch 24/7 and I hope Adrian will contribute his own experiences too!

The Reasons - Reasons to Consider Full Time Diaper Changing

Why would anyone want to do something like that? There are some reasons:

1. Practicality


For people with small bladders, mild incontinence, or just a long-standing dislike of unsightly public restrooms, diapers are an easy alternative. It eliminates a need that preoccupies most adults several times a day: when and how to use the bathroom. For the full-time diaper wearer, this isn't something to worry about.

2. Accident prevention

People with somewhat limited bladder or bowel control may prefer to wear diapers around the clock rather than assessing each day whether they are going to have a "good day" or "bad day" in terms of control. It's usually not the first solution for mild incontinence, but after a while, some people get tired of the occasional embarrassing accident in their pants. Full-time diapers can be phased out gradually to eliminate the mild but nagging feeling of worry that comes with limited control or "short-term" blisters.

3. Mental comfort

You don't have to be an ABDL or "little one" to find the presence of a diaper comforting. Many people simply find the feeling or knowledge that they can relieve themselves whenever they need reassurance. For someone already inclined to that kind of comfort, wearing diapers 24/7 is a relaxing and healthy lifestyle change; think of it as something like doing yoga in a really serious and engaging way. Not everyone likes it, but for a small part of the population it is exactly what they need.

4. Fantasia sexual

There is not a very clear line that can tell us what percentage of diaper users are "fetishists" and what percentage are not. But there's no denying that changing diapers feels a little too sweet for some people. It drives her forward, and that's a good thing. For these people, switching from changing diapers during sex play to changing diapers full time can be a way of “living the dream” and integrating their sexuality into their daily lives.

5. Power play relationships (dom/sub)

In a small percentage of cases, the decision to work full time may be part of a dom/sub relationship. This can cover a wide range of situations, from a mostly BDSM themed couple where diapers are just another accessory (signifying arrest and loss of control) to a more ABDL or "little" relationship where a mother or father decides that your "baby" needs diapers all the time. While these may not represent a large portion of the population involved, they certainly exist, and that's fine when done between consenting adults in a healthy relationship.

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What to Expect - The Good News

So what do all the people described above gain from changing diapers full time? It may vary from person to person, but these are the main benefits of a well-rounded lifestyle:

1. No “emergency” moments

All of us, no matter how healthy our bladders are, have had a few of those cross-legged crotch-grabbing, oh god, I'm not gonna make it moments.

Not diaper users. Leaks happen occasionally, especially when a diaper wearer is learning the limitations of their diaper brand and style, which can lead to some nervous moments when a diaper really needs to be changed and the wearer has to get out, but in usually, wow means the diapers relax and come loose, long before that unpleasantly urgent moment arrives.

2. Avoid uncomfortable bathrooms

Some bathrooms are disgusting! Diaper wearers should keep hands away. Portapots at a concert, bathrooms at beaches and parks... avoid them. Use the diaper. That's great.

3. Reduced stress

If you find diapers really relaxing, wearing them all the time is good for your stress levels. Your brain is happier and more relaxed when you do the things you love. And unlike many stress-relieving indulgences, being doesn't require a specific schedule or schedule, barring changes. It's not a hobby you have to explore in your spare time, it's always there.

4. Easy to travel, long lines, etc.

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From time to time it is useful to change diapers. If you are stuck somewhere without a bathroom for a long time, this is not a problem. These are not everyday situations, but when they arise, you won't even notice.

5. Secondary Functions

A small cushion for your seat, an automatic "cushion" for women during their period. Maybe even a little fuller curve under a skirt - you can make the diaper work for you in more ways than just a potty alternative. Why not?

What to expect - The bad news

1. People will find out

Casual strangers in public probably won't notice, but if you go the 24/7 route, you'll have to accept that the people you spend a lot of time with will sooner or later find out that you're wearing diapers.

This includes, of course, people you live with (roommates, family, etc.), but probably also bosses and colleagues, and maybe even employees at stores or restaurants you frequent.

2. Expenses

If you've used diapers before and after, you might be surprised how quickly you wear them down when you're wearing them 24/7. Try to use at least five or six good, thick diapers a day if using disposable diapers, and at least two or three if using cloth (possibly more, depending on thickness and quality). It adds up quickly.

3. Loss of control

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Most of the time this is overrated in erotica and fantasy, but eventually you get used to just letting it go. It can be difficult to change back after years of changing diapers 24/7.

Mild urinary incontinence is more likely than total incontinence or loss of bowel control unless actively "pulling", but expect an uncomfortable "weaning period" if you break out of diapers after using them consistently for many years.

4. Mess and Cleanup

Unless you have a pretty active fetish, pooping isn't much fun. Having 24/7 diapers means dealing with poop almost every day. If you haven't physically lost control of the bowl, you can at least do it on your own terms, like playing house and jumping straight into the shower, but there are still an unsettling moment or two in your day.

5. Diaper Rash and Irritation

You can combat this with good skin care and immediate changes, but some people will still experience diaper rash to some degree. The powder and petroleum jelly can be used to treat certain types of skin rashes. Prepare to become familiar with your skin's unique reactions and the treatments you will need as you transition to full-time diaper changing.

Diapers 24/7 or no diapers 24/7?

A minority of diaper users have no choice here. They are rolled 24/7 by necessity and make the most of it.

Is the rest worth it? You have to see the pros and cons and decide for yourself.

It's definitely a "lifestyle". Things in your life need to change, and you'll end up making certain tweaks and adjustments because you're in diapers. Whether making these changes is really fun or more of a fantasy left to the imagination... it's up to you!

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So what do you think? Do you have anything to add?

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What are the side effects of wearing diapers 24 7? ›

Wearing diapers all day is not recommended. Wearing diapers 24/7, including at night increases the risk of skin irritation, rash, skin rash. The humid environment inside the diaper is a favorable condition for bacteria and fungi to grow.

How many diaper changes do newborns usually need every 24 hours? ›

In comparison to older babies, newborns go through more diapers. Babies 1-month-old and younger may have 3 to 4 bowel movements a day and typically wet at least six or more diapers a day. This can add up to changing 10 to 12 diapers a day during the initial month.

How many diapers do you need in the first 24 hours? ›

On the first day after birth, expect only 1–2 wet diapers. On days 2–3 of your baby's life, expect 2–4 wet diapers. By day 4, your baby should have 4–6 wet diapers per day. On day 5 and onward, your baby should have 6 or more wet diapers per day.

How many hours can a baby go with a wet diaper? ›

Experts recommend that you change your newborn's diaper every two to three hours, or as often as needed. Why? Your little one may urinate as often as every one to three hours, and have between two and five bowel movements a day.

Is it OK to go all night without changing diaper? ›

If your baby is sleeping, you do not need to change their diaper. A dirty diaper isn't bothering them, so it shouldn't bother you either! If your baby wakes overnight, whether it be to eat or just a typical overnight waking, try to limit stimulation and skip a diaper change when possible.

What age do you stop wearing diapers at night? ›

By age four years, most children are reliably dry in the day. It's normal for night-time potty training to take longer. Most children learn how to stay dry at night when they are between three and five years old.

Should I wipe baby after pee? ›

Effectively cleaning baby skin after a urine-only diaper, will not only help maintain healthy skin, but will also help minimize bad odor.

How many oz in 24 hours should a newborn have? ›

​In the first week after birth, babies should be eating no more than about 1 to 2 ounces (30 to 60 ml) per feed. During the first month, babies gradually eat more until they take 3 to 4 ounces (90 to 120 ml) per feed, amounting to 32 ounces per day.

How long is too long between diaper changes? ›

Normally, diapers should be changed every 2-3 hours. Do not let the baby have the diaper on for more than several hours or wait until the diaper feels wet before changing the baby. If the baby defecates, the diaper should be changed immediately and the baby should be cleaned every time before putting on a new diaper.

How many diaper changes a day is normal? ›

While every baby is different, research shows that the average American baby goes through six to 10 diapers a day.

How much should baby pee in first 24 hours? ›

Within 24 hours after birth, your newborn will probably pee once, so you can expect one wet diaper. In the following days, and as your baby consumes more milk, the number of wet diapers increases. After about a week, a typical peeing routine for a baby will result in about four to six wet diapers per day.

How much do babies poop in first 24 hours? ›

Bottle-fed babies typically poo a few times a day, but it can range from one poo every other day to several poos per day. Like breastfed babies' poo, it varies in colour, from pale yellow to yellowish brown. Your baby's poo may be more like an adult's if you are formula-feeding him.

What are the long term effects of wearing diapers? ›

Disposable diapers have been implicated by diapering proponents like leak proof polymers, super absorbent polymers and some scented chemicals which are the key factors for everything from chronic diaper rash, respiratory problems like asthma, male infertility even to testicular cancer.

Can diapers cause health problems? ›

However, it is known that diapers contain a high variety of chemicals; some of them can pose a threat to the babies' health [10]. Any chemical contained in the diaper can cause skin dermatitis [2].

What are the side effects of using diapers for adults? ›

Wearing adult diapers can often result in normally active individuals feeling lazy and unwilling to try other treatment options. By wearing adult diapers every day, patients are liable to get used to it, creating a dependency that can make incontinence worse.

Can we use diaper for 12 hours? ›

It is not safe to have the baby in diapers for 24 hours but recommendations say that you need to have open air time for six to eight hours every day. Whenever you are changing diapers, give 15-20 minutes of open air time to let the skin dry on its own.


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