I hardly get a full night's sleep anymore because it seems like I always have to pee whether I drink before bedtime or not. I don't use alcohol and do most of my intake of fluids during the day.
25 Mar 2013
Hi there are things you can do to improve this problem. Bladder training can be really effective. It works by helping change the way you use the bathroom. Instead of going whenever you feel the urge, you urinate at set times of the day, called scheduled voiding. You learn to control the urge to go by waiting -- for a few minutes at first, then gradually increasing to an hour or more between bathroom visits. There are also medications available, called Anticholinergics. Examples of these are Vesicare, Ditropan, and Enablex. Talk to your doctor about treatment...
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