i also have problems accidentally peeing myself too, especially if im either laughing alot or coughing really hard. Since im a heavy smoker i tend to cough alot, and this has caused some very unpleasant accidents at awkward times. in my case, i think my bladder control problems were caused by a combination of recurring UTIs and an untreated STD. i have since gone to the Dr, who gave me Rx to treat the UTIs and STD, and it seems to have gotten better, although Im still real paranoid about peeing myself in public again. its the worst. i dont like wearing panties because i dont want to soil them, so i either wear nothing or will use diapers if i have to, which i hate!
You should look into some adult diapers, and consider get yourself checked out for UTIs or an STD or maybe go see a urologist. Hope you get it under control!
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