New member with dysfunctional stressincontinence


I am a new member from Sweden that use diapers 24/7 because of a very rapid dysfunctional stressincontinence from a neurologic disability which I describe below. Neurological incontinence, also called dysfunctional stressincontinence, is slightly different from common incontinence. It’s like the phrase implies neurologically and very common congenital nerve diseases. It is an incurable lifelong symptoms for some people can be very difficult and embarrassing to live with. Neurological incontinence occurs suddenly, very quickly and without warning anywhere and anytime and works very quickly in all situations. Today I have turned this incontinence to a fun wetting fetish with diapers because I think it´s easier to accept and live with it if I do it that way.

Ten years ago I was diagnosed with the unknown and very rare neurologic disability called Cerrebellar Ataxia. Ataxia is greek, occurs in 7 different levels and means lack of order. it is a neurological sign consisting of lack of voluntary coordination of muscle movements, as for example when walking. Ataxia is a non-specific clinical manifestation implying dysfunction of the parts of the nervous system that coordinate movement, such as the cerebellum. Several possible causes exist for these patterns of neurological dysfunction. The term “dystaxia” is a rarely-used synonym. Ataxia is a term that means incoordination, unsteadiness or wobbliness. Cerebellar ataxia is caused by problems with the cerebellum that is the area of your brain responsible for coordination and balance. 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, see above.

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.