Female adult bed wetting

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Nocturnal enuresis , commonly known as bedwetting, simply means urinary incontinence which occurs at night, when you are sleeping. However, in medical circles, enuresis is used as a synonym for bedwetting, not as a synonym for incontinence. When you think of enuresis, you usually think of children and toilet training, but adults can have enuresis too. Enuresis can be categorized into two general types, primary and secondary enuresis. Primary enuresis means that the person was never successfully toilet trained and wet the bed for as long as he or she can remember. Secondary enuresis means that the person was successfully toilet trained and confidently dry at night for a period of time, but subsequently developed bedwetting.

Adult Bedwetting

Nocturnal Enuresis - Bladder & Bowel Community

Nocturnal Enuresis means wetting the bed. Many people wet the bed at night, although few people talk about it. In fact, one person in every may be affected throughout adult life. Most people think that no one else has this problem. Many people never seek help because they are too embarrassed.

Adult bedwetting and nocturia

Place referral orders on your computer or mobile device and track order status for all your orders in real time. According to the National Association for Continence, about two percent of adults experience bedwetting, but researchers think the statistic may be underreported due to shame and embarrassment. If you suffer from bedwetting, it is important to seek advice and explore various treatments that can help lessen the occurrence. Bedwetting can cause many problems such as constantly having to change wet bedding, affecting sleep patterns and putting a strain on your self-esteem.
Nocturnal enuresis or bedwetting is the involuntary release of urine during sleep. Bedwetting can be a symptom of bladder control problems like incontinence or overactive bladder or more severe structural issues, like an enlarged prostate or bladder cancer. Studies shows that 1 to 2 percent of adults wet the bed, though researchers think that statistic is underreported due to the embarrassing nature of the problem. Rather than hiding your secret, you should explore effective treatments that can help lessen the likelihood of bedwetting and reduce the anxiety of going to sleep at night. NOTE: This section focuses on bedwetting when it affects adults.