Solution To Overcome The Bedwetting Habit At Night Since Childhood?
I have a problem with bedwetting while sleeping at night (nocturnal enuresis) since I was small until now (Class 2 High School) Somehow this disturbance occurred without me noticing, waking up already wet my mattress. I am ashamed, I have already checked nerves because my assumption and my family still enuresis continued into adolescence because I had fallen from a motorcycle when I was a child and my leg (in the upper thigh) had pain when walking, but the doctor said my nerves were normal .. no one is stuck or anything, physiotherapy is already, traditional massage is already, MRI is already, I’m confused .. confused at the cause and how to overcome it like what, please help .. ever when I didn’t wet the bed a week eh know it is active again .. never new just this week more than not wetting myself know how to wet the bed again .. sometimes I’ve never drank and eating wet food at night know how to wet the bed .. how to deal with it huh? The thing is I didn’t realize when I wet the bed at night .. please help ,
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Bedwetting during sleep at night (nocturnal enuresis) can be a normal thing that happens to infants and children. However, if this condition persists into adolescents or adults, it is clear that this condition needs further treatment.
Various factors can trigger nocturnal enuresis in adulthood, including:
Hormonal disorders, namely due to lack of production of the hormone ADH (antidiuretic hormone)
Bladder disorders, for example due to small bladder size or excessive bladder muscle spasm
Sleep disorders, for example due to sleeping too deep (deep sleeper), obstructive sleep apnea
Consumption of caffeine or excessive carbonated drinks
Psychological disorders, for example when experiencing stress, fear, or excessive anxiety
Have certain diseases, such as diabetes, urinary tract infections, urinary tract anatomical disorders, constipation, and so on
Making a diagnosis of the cause of nocturnal enuresis often cannot be done easily. Doctors need to conduct in-depth interviews related to your medical history, your psychological condition, and your daily activities and eating and drinking patterns. Not only that, a thorough physical examination, as well as supporting tests, such as urine tests, blood tests, ultrasound, urodynamic tests, to cystoscopy may also be done by doctors if deemed necessary. Therefore, if your complaint does not improve until now, you should check back to your doctor or a specialist in urology surgery so that it is handled properly according to the conditions that underlie your complaint.
In the meantime, you can try to resolve your complaint through the following tips:
Make a regular urination schedule, for example 2 to 3 hours, set an alarm if necessary (including during sleep)
Never resist urinating for any reason
Stay away from caffeinated drinks (including tea and coffee) and carbonated
Get used to not eat and drink at least 3 hours before bedtime
Don't stress, don't panic, face your condition calmly, surrender, but still confident that you can handle it
Always keep your intimate area clean
Regularly do Kegel exercises every day
Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...