Going For Extended Time

I got into catheters years ago. I love wearing diapers and the only way to be truly incontinent is with a catheter. A catheter is much better for wearing diapers because if you pee naturally into a diaper, sometimes the diaper can't absorb it fast enough. It wasn't until recently after finding this group, that I found out it's safe to wear a catheter for extended periods. It's impractical for me to wear diapers sometime, so I use a shut-off valve. Otherwise, I use girls Goodnights diapers which are a bit of a tight fit, but are reasonably absorbent and don't show under regular clothes. Night time, I use the mega absorbent 24/7 diapers. Lucky for me, my girlfriend is totally into all the crazy stuff I'm into. She likes the idea of me being catheterized, because it essentially works as a chastity device. She hides the syringe that fills the bubble so I can't take it out myself. It will be up to her how long it stays in this time. Another benefit for me with a catheter is controlling urine flow during anal sex. When I *** anally, I **** myself uncontrollably, which can be quite messy. With the valve shut off, no more mess.

Here's an idea I had about achieving incontinence. Maybe if there are any doctors out there to answer this, would it be possible to use Botox to paralyze the muscle that controls urine flow?
Sarah040670 Sarah040670
41-45, T
2 Responses Dec 16, 2012

Try going for a year with a catheter draining into that diaper. After that you won't have any choice but to use a cath or diapers for the rest of your life. Of course you would have probably picked up a few bladder infections along the way also from the open draining cath.

you don't need a syringe, just cut the pipe and pull out the catheter.

I know I could do that but she's the Domme and I'm the sub so I do what she says. I'm on my 3rd day and she's showing no signs of removing it.