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    Jock strap. Easy to put on, nothing underneath butt to cause wrinkles.
    Do not like sitting on the privates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wazabiker View Post
    Appears most posters do not suffer from incontinence, as I do, hence Depends
    I do but I sport a 500 or 1000ml leg bag and a condom catheter--poking through my boxer briefs when out and about and at home I leave it to chance or a quick roll into the bathroom once I get the autonomic "two minute warning."

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    Underware

    No way I started when I first got hurt but after I got bb under control I have never worn them again.
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    i sometimes have incontinence with my bladder despite having the mitrofanoff + augmentation + sling for urethra (drs dunno why this happens) but i am in a good stretch right now. i always wear undies as i get dicharge or just wearing jeans makes me sweat. plus for the incontinent days, i put in a super ultra poise pad. the trick to preventing wrinkles is to buy undies one size smaller than what you'd normally wear (this also helps if you need a pad or use depends and need to keep them from shifting so much)
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    I gotta wear undies. I was just thinking this morning that I need to go buy some more since mine have gotten very thin and have started the ol' thumb rip hole. I wonder why mine only rip under the waist band on my left side??

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    I found without boxers briefs I sometimes end up sitting on my 1 nut literally. its painful as hell. poor fellahs.

    pre-sci though I was a boxer man. Boxer briefs at least don't make me feel like i'm 5 again wearing whitey tighties hah
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    the trick to preventing wrinkles is to buy undies one size smaller than what you'd normally wear (this also helps if you need a pad or use depends and need to keep them from shifting so much)
    That does eliminate the wrinkle problem, but it makes the irritation from the elastic so much worse.
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    None, best for pressure sores, cathing and bunching up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehipcrip View Post
    That does eliminate the wrinkle problem, but it makes the irritation from the elastic so much worse.
    yea never had that issue but i have A LOT of junk in the trunk. go genetics :/
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    I wore boxers pre SCI and tried them and tighty whities post but was never comfortable, so commando for me.

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