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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.What should I do Posted by Jolene M on 23/08/2017 at Our daughter is 16 and has been a bedwetter for 10 months now and she wears cloth diapers and plastic pants[rubberpants] to bed every night.She tried all the disposable diapers,but got rashes from some of them.Surgery is not really a viable option since no cause can be identified.

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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 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.As all comments are moderated, there will be a delay before your comment appears.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.

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