Dating diaper disabled in people
And Sophie, now 27, looks absurdly fit and well, with glossy hair and exceptionally white teeth, brim-full of ideas and ambition.
She is obviously very good at living, wheelchair or no wheelchair.
Absorbent incontinence products come in a wide range of types (drip collectors, pads, underwear and adult diapers), each with varying capacities and sizes.
The largest volume of products that is consumed falls into the lower absorbency range of products, and even when it comes to adult diapers, the cheapest and least absorbent brands are used the most.
Walking up stairs, being able to control your bodily functions…
In practice, though, most health care workers are accustomed to calling them diapers, especially those that resemble children's diapers.
People with medical conditions which cause them to experience urinary or fecal incontinence often require diapers or similar products because they are unable to control their bladders or bowels.
She also had a T6 (thoracic) spinal cord injury: she was paralysed from the breast bone down. Nearly 10 years on, Sophie has started a business; is studying to be an art psychotherapist; modelled for the designer Stella Mc Cartney; and has just landed her first presenting role for the BBC.
We meet in her house in Hove where she lives with her boyfriend, Tom.
However, adult diapers are also used by those who don’t have any bladder control problems.