I am feeling very shy to ask this but any way I have to get a solution for this. I am 21 yrs old. but still i use to bed wet sometimes. I need to know how i can overcome this problem. PLease help me!!! Its very important for me since i use to go out a lot. Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Asked by Latrisha Busic 3 years ago.
One of the main causes of bed wetting in adults is alcohol abuse. Being too drunk to get out of bed, or respond to the signal the body sends when one's bladder is full. Often all these people need to do is not drink as much. Of course, there are also many people who don't abuse alcohol but suffer from nocturnal urination. There can be many causes, from anatomical reasons, to sleep problems. The inability to control the bladder is a very common condition in a lot of adults. There are even medications available by prescription like darifenacin (Enablex), dicyclomine (Antispas, Bentyl), flavoxate (Urispas), hyoscyamine (Anaspaz, Levbid, Levsin), methantheline (Banthine, Pro-Banthine), oxybutynin (Ditropan, Ditropan XL, Oxytrol), solifenacin (VESIcare), tolterodine (Detrol, Detrol LA), and trospium (Sanctura). Please don't be shy about asking your doctor. With so many medications available, it should be pretty apparent that doctors have heard of the problem often. P.S. Don't even consider the answer that tells you to take Amitriptyline. It is a seditive used to treat depression and anxiety, and will only make you less aware of the need to empty your bladder during sleep.
Answered by Malena Berlanga 3 years ago.
Take amytryptyline 10mg tab at bed time for 45 days.
Answered by Sumiko Stoeffler 3 years ago.
try not to drink to much water before you go to bed. force yourself to go to the bathroom before you go to bed. I don't know. see your doctor. Good luck!
Answered by Angelica Waddoups 3 years ago.
Do your dong in a knot if you've been drinking
Answered by Hilma Craigen 3 years ago.
Go see your doctor. He might be able to help!!!!
Answered by Loraine Hazeltine 3 years ago.
see a doc there is pills for that
Answered by Meggan Salfelder 3 years ago.
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