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I am 43 years old from Gothenburg in Sweden and a big fan of disposable diapers. I have used disposable diapers for about 28 years now and diapers have become a really important part and some kind of “friends” in my daily life since I have got a terrible and acute dysfunctional stressincontinence which is a very common symptom of Cerrebellar Ataxia. Dysfunctional stressincontinence is not a disability in itself but is a very common symptom together with neurologic disabilities. I only wear disposable diapers and I drowns them ruthlessly with love.

Cerrebellar Ataxia, that occurs in 7 different variants, is a very rare neurologic disability I have had since I was a child and means lack of orders. Briefly this means the signals from the brain in the back of the head, called Cerrebellum, to the muscles in my body doesnt work properly. This affects my bodily movements and my balance, my way to speak, I get clumpsy movements and have very easy to fall and hurt myself.

I pee on myself every day, every time, every time I drink something, with other words it doesn´t matter what I do. I have to use diapers with really thick booster pads in jelly, called SAP, inside and both the outer diaper and the inner jelly pads will be drowned completely mercilessly when it happens. Sometimes I even drowns diapers for fun because this is my way to easier live with this disability but no one knows when I do that, but nevertheless, it feels really really awesome to drown the diapers several times a day, especially diapers with gel pads inside because it gives a special feeling when I drowns that kind of diapers.

I am a very demanding users of incontinence products which have to be really thick and include jelly pads that can be be drowned several times a day without any objection at all. It’s almost impossible for me to know how much and the number of times I drowns my jelly diapers each day but I do not care at all about it, I hate being interrupted to change diapers. An everyday life with neurological dysfunctional stress incontinence becomes much easier to live with if you do it into a fetish and use diapers to play with. I drowns them recklessly while I go shopping or do something else without caring at all about what happens to my diapers in that moment. That feeling is for me a kind of dominant play because I always prefer really drenched and bloated diapers.

The term Cerebellar Ataxia syndrome is a description of a set of symptoms rather than a specific diagnosis or disease. Ataxia refers to an unsteadiness of gait or lack of muscle coordination. Cerebellar refers to the part of the brain called the cerebellum. The cerebellum is located inside the back and base of the skull, just above the top of the spinal cord. It processes input from other areas of the brain, the spinal cord, and sensory receptors. It is responsible for coordination and balance. People with Cerrebellar Ataxia may have an unsteady gait or lack of coordination because of problems with the cerebellum. Cerebellar Ataxia can be classified as:

Acute (happening suddenly and rapidly).

Chronic (happening slowly over time).

Recurrent (happening on and off over time).

Progressive (getting worse over time).

Cerrebellar Ataxia causes symptoms like:

Dysfunctional stressincontinence.

Difficulty walking or unsteady gait.

Clumsiness in daily life.

Uncoordinated body movements.

Difficulty speaking or clumsy speech (dysarthria).

Fine motor difficulties, like writing with ink pens etc.

Dizziness and headace.

Uncoordinated eye movements (nystagmus).

There are a wide variety of diseases, disorders and conditions that can cause cerebellar ataxia syndrome. Because of the range of possible causes of cerebellar ataxia syndrome, a correct diagnosis of the underlying disease, disorder or condition is important. Cerrebellar Ataxia can happen at any age, in both males and females.

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