Bed Wetting at 28

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So last night I wet the bed. I use to be a bed wetter as a child. It stopped for many years then at the age of 21 it happened again. Then at 24 or 25. Then almost ever year since. Literally once a year for reasons unknown to me, I’ll wake up with my sheet soaked.

Last night in particular I had 1 1/2 alcoholic drinks, but I made sure to use the restroom before bed because at this point I'm paranoid. I had trouble falling asleep. I'm talking hours of dozing in and out of sleep and when I finally did, BOOM. I pee. To make matters worse I was at my bf's house. What's wrong with me?? I have no other issues using the restroom at any other time or health problems in general.

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    Hi Dani,

    Its critical to have strong pelvic floor muscles to maintain night time urinary control in recent onset adult bedwetting.

    I would suggest performing VIBRAKEGEL exercises on a Vibrating Platform because the vibration enhances the effects of the Kegel exercises 100 fold which rapidly strengthens the muscle in the pelvic floor including the bladder.

    Checkout the Bodyvibe machine at bodyvibeusa.com.

    Perform the above VibraKegels on the machine and you will be waking up with dry sheets every morning within a few days of use.

    I have used this machine and exercises for years with amazing results!

    Best,

    Adele Podgorny R.N.

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