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    #1 LittleBabygirl26

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    Posted 08 November 2019 - 08:21 AM

    I have slight incontience and I’ve asked my mother to buy me tena pads for overnight use . This is as close to diapers as I can get for now . I’m also a Little and ABDL . I’m hoping to start using these pads for wetting . Does anyone else wear these ?

    #2 countlieberkuhn

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    Posted 08 November 2019 - 12:46 PM

    It's my understanding that Tena pads are suitable for small leakages but you will probably run into some issues if you're using them for intentional wetting.  They have less potential for absorption than nappies/diapers, but as long as you're careful where you do it you could probably enjoy most of the wetting experience.  Perhaps standing in the shower with a skirt or just underwear on would be a good way to try it out.



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    Posted 09 November 2019 - 12:47 PM

    almost all kinds of menstrual pads aren't absorbent enough for wetting like nappies are. You're supposed to change your pads every 3 or 4 hours or they'll end up leaking and women don't shed a lot of uterual lining every month despite it looking like a lot! I think the average is half a tea cup roughly. So from my personal opinion, Tena Pads won't be enough to hold enough urine in one wetting session so you'll leak heavily if you do. My recommendation, if you can get them, is pull up pants. They're more absorbent and also not as noticeable as nappies as they were designed with toddlers in mind :3


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