Wetting the bed at night (the medical term is enuresis) is more common in adults than you might think.It affects about one person in every hundred, mainly men.
I cope with it with nappies and that's the end of it as far as I'm concerned.The cloth diapers are soft and comfortable for her and work well.When she recieved her sacrement of confirmation last may,she had to wear a white,ankle length dress and veil,and i put some of her cloth diaperson her with a pair of her white rubberpants over them that she wore under the dress for the day.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.I am relieved that I am not alone after reading people's own experiences and It worries me to think this may haunt me for life.
Nothing I have tried has worked so far and I was put on medication as a child that didn't help me.
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.
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Comments on this article Posted by Optional on 28/10/2017 at I am wetting the bed most every night and in my pants occasionally.i was a bed wetter most of my would come and go but this time wetting has been over a 6week period.
Over the years I have seen many doctors, consultants and specialists, none of whom have been able to come up with a reason for my incontinence, much less a cure.