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Some of my friends have explained that quite recently, in to their thirties, they discovered that whilst sleeping they urinate in the bed itself. This usually occurred towards early mornings. And they woke up only when they sensed the wetness and accompanying chill feeling. They're embarrassed to discuss this openly.

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Till what age have you had bed-wetting issues?

And what have you done to help yourselves out of this?

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Not since I was 5 or 6. I would see a doctor if it happened as an adult, or perhaps as a first step try to limit fluid intake later in the day, eliminate caffinated and sugared drinks and make a pit stop before bed. If this didn't help, it would be worth consulting a GP.
er, no -not for half a century -no, more than that!
by Finy
Not since I was a child. However, both men and women can do pelvic floor exercises to restore bladder control. I've also read that you should only go to the toilet when your bladder is full. Consulting one's family GP is also a good idea.
by Vee
No. I did as a child, but it didn't last long. Maybe until I was six at most.
This is a serious issue, one that with the help of ones doctor can be helped.
I myself do not have it(maybe 55 years ago)...but a few things can cause it.
Extreme stress can be one.
So the help of a doctor is a wise way to go on this .
No I have never faced this problem.
I did not face this issue in childhood and never since. But what you are talking about is light bladder leak. It occurs due weakening of pelvic floor muscles. For your reference, http://healthyhints.com.au/lbl--manage-those-trickles/

Ta.. I've passed on this to my friend!
by Manny
Thanks Manny
by Smita
No I've never had bed wetting problems and luckily neither has my son.
Yes, this is an embarassing problem that one wouldn't feel comfortable discussing with friends I would think. I've seen advertisements on the internet for a web site that can help people with this issue. I haven't visited it myself so suggest googling it for further information on the subject, but as others have suggested, a visit to the doctor should be undertaken.
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