The episode that at least started the path to stopping bedwetting was when I was in the hospital.I had been in the hospital before and I dreaded the time when I would wake up with a soaked bed.From what I've read, if people do that, the body shuts down and holds onto its fluids and you end up with more fluid than otherwise.Of course, you don't want to drink gallons before you go to bed, but I completely disagree with the not drinking after 6pm.The kidneys try to lower the sugar by making lots of sugary urine, so you pass more urine in the day and during the night (you are also thirsty).If your bladder control is poor, this could cause bed-wetting.The problem goes away when the diabetes is treated.
Having to carry around a bulky mattress protector is an absolute pain but I dare not sleep without one. I'm okay during the day...when I'm sleeping Posted by Optional on 25/11/2017 at I'm 20 years old and every month or so I wet the bed. I tried not drinking much, i'm not wearing pull ups as it's not every night and would be super uncomfy.
If you take sleeping tablets, discuss with your doctor whether you really need them, or try reducing the dose.
Diabetes is a disease in which the blood sugar is too high.
I want it to stop but I just can't seem to get rid of the problem. Posted by Megan on 25/07/2017 at I'm 18, and for most of my life I've been bed wetting.
This has improved significantly in my teenage years but for the past couple months or so it seems that everytime I lay a new bedsheet on my bed (usually after a wash or something) I end up bed wetting in a few days.
I don't think you're the only one experiencing that.