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To those who feel that they will never have a partner, husband or wife, I say never give up. I met my partner ten years ago; she supports me in every way and is not in the least bit concerned about my incontinence.
Posted by Optional on 01/08/2017 at I'm 17 and have had an ongoing issue with bed wetting for as long as I can remember.
Dr Phil Hammond looks at the frustrations of bed-wetting, with a little help from ‘Henry’, in his informative and entertaining guide on bed-wetting (click on video below).
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I usually don't drink hours before bed or don't sleep until the early hours of the morning so that I can try and avoid an incident.
school trips have always been a nightmare as well sleeping in hotels on holiday.
Posted by isabelle on 21/08/2017 at I have suffered from incontinence my whole life; I've never been able to fully control my bladder.
Although it is primarily a nocturnal problem, I do have issues during the day too. Although it is very erratic, I wet in my sleep on average three or four times a week, though I can go for long periods without wetting; equally I have long periods of wetting every night.
I have realised that the sleeping position can help, usually I have incidents whilst laying on my back or my front, I try to fall asleep on my side with my outer leg over the other (like I am crossing my legs) and this has sometimes helped.
I'm scared for the future and I hope I won't have to deal with this when I try and move on in life.
If anyone has succeeded at stopping this habit then I would really appreciate it if you could share it.
My room often smells of urine and it makes me ashamed to have this condition as I was teased by siblings and family friends as a young child.
I remember going to the doctors at a young age and despite them telling me it happens to many people and more than I was aware of, I was still discusted at myself for not being able to control it.