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From Mee, Age 24 - 6/22/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
Hi guys... I'm not a bedwetter, but my boyfriend is. He is 25 years old and turning 26 next month. He was a constant bedwetter until his teenage year. And now it just happen occasionally. Mostly happened when he was travelling out of town and didn't sleep in his own bed. He is kind of a momma's boy and really depend with his mom. Is the travelling bedwetting happen because he's far from his mom? But, sometime he wets his bed at home too. I really worry that when we get married he'll wet his bed constantly again.

From Helen, Age 34 - 6/19/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I have been searching the web to try to find information about my husbands problem and found this iste. I hope someone can give me some help as I thought my husband must be the only one with the problem. see, he's had bouts of bedwetting since his childhood. Sometimes they last months, sometimes years, but each time they are triggered by some problem in his life that makes him stressed. Anyway we've ben together for 6 years now and the last 2 he's had to wear disposable nappies to bed each night as he wets almost most nights. This I find extremely disturbing and sdomething he shoulkkd not bhave to do at 37 years of age. We have 2 children, our 3 year old still wets at night but our 5 year old stopped last year so I'm thankful for that. We have to hide the facty my husband wets as it is not healthy for thenm to know. My husband says he cannot help it but he doesn't seem to mind having to wear nappies, saying he'd learned to live with it. How do others cope and see it as a part of everyday life and will I get used to the fact I sleep next to my husband wearing a nappy - he's 37 years old for goodness sake - if my boys can become dry why cannot my husband. I love hom dearly but find this whole thing difficult - obviously far more difficult than he does. Has anyone anything to say that might help me.Thanks to you all - at least I have found out that he is not exactly on his own.Looking forward to hearing from you all out there somewhere.
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From Maggie, Age 54 - 6/17/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
Is it unusual for a little girl of 3yrs. to get a bladder infection?
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From Jim, Age 34 - 6/17/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I've just turned 34 and recently just got married. Up until now I've just sort of dealt with my bed wetting problem after having a few drinks w/ friends because i was single and no one could find out, but now i have my wife to consider. Before it was every now and then that i would pee the bed after drinking a lot but now after just having a few drinks i find myself peeing the bed and trying to hide it from my wife. Would this be solely from drinking because so far, this is the only time it happens?? I've been too embarrassed to tell my doctor. Is there anything over the counter that could help me with this problem...perhaps any herbal remedies that have helped people?? I heard saw palmetto helps with bladders? Anyone have any theories/suggestions??
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From Sharon, Age 25 - 6/9/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
hi, I'm 25 bed wetter. I write because last month I have been pooping in my pants ( 2 day) and wetting then day and night. Last week I still have pooping accident in the nite and Yesterday I still pooping in my pants...I was in a street and it's horrible for me. I' m so embarrased and I'm scared it could happen when I am with my friends!. What should I do?Please help me.
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From Larry, Age 52 - 6/5/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I am 52 years old and have diabetes. I have recentlystarted having bedwetting episodes. I do it about once every 3-4 weeks. I'll be sleeping and all of a sudden i'll feel myself urinating. As soon as I feel the wetness I wake up. Does anyone know if diabetes has anything to do with bedwetting?
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Message for Emma that I was talking to earlier on the chat board, sorry I left so suddenly but I got cut off by my ISP! Take care! Jo

From Donal, Age 23 - 6/5/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
hi i recently started to wet the bed not all the time just when i have a few drinks i never had a problem before until i lost weight i lost three stone and find i cant drink to much now either its embarrising is there anything i can do to stop this
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