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    hula_dancer73 posted:
    What does it mean when you you have dreams about a time of day and wake up to anotehr time of a day. Or have nights mised up with days?

    I am still wet ting my bed and surprized that Jasyn is not mad and actually gets up with me and helps me chang the sheets with me and then I can chance my pjs and get back into bed embarrassed.

    I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!
    dancer86442 responded:
    Hi Nancy,

    Not sure what it means. I seldom Dream, but, I awoke from a dream yesterday. I swear Hubby was yelling at our son. And I heard the front door slam. When I got up son was on comp & Dad had been gone for 30 minutes or more. No Shouting match! As to waking up w/ nite/ days mixed. Well that Has happened more than once. Again I don't know why, but, I'm always shocked when I realize it's afternoon & Not morning.

    Have you asked your Dr about the bladder issues? It could be due to Meds! Why haven't you bought Depends or other brand Nite Diapers? It would save you Time & embarrassment!

    Hugs! Love Candi
    hula_dancer73 replied to dancer86442's response:
    I have them and I do where them but I still ahve to get up to change them.

    It is GROSS!

    I also wehre them during my menses so I do not have to change as often.

    THe prices herein Hi are really high for EVERY THING! EVERYTHING has to be brught in to us because there would be nothing stuk out in the middle of the pacific ocean.

    ONe more thing, I cracked a tooth tht already has a root canal in it. IT did not owrk for me. SO I eit her have to ahve it pulled and an implant up in or a very long procdure to try and fix the tooth with the root canal.

    WIll keep you posted.

    I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!
    ktexas1026 replied to hula_dancer73's response:
    Just out of curiosity, Nancy... are you on Lamictal/lamotragine by chance??? I have an overactive bladder, & was recently started on Detrol LA. It was working pretty good, until my neuro added lamictal, & my first dose last night seems to have rendered my Detrol ineffective. Maybe it's just coincidence, but I noticed that was the only change. So, thought I'd ask you. But I googled it, to see if Lamictal would do that to Detrol, & didn't find any info.

    Also, not sure if the seizures could contribute to the bladder problems, I haven't looked THAT one up yet... but if you're having a lot of seizure symptoms AND bladder issues, could be related maybe? Again, I haven't looked that up yet to see if seizures can be connected to bladder problems. But if you're not taking a med for bladder issues, it might be a good idea to try. I know it's just another pill, but bladder problems are NO fun. Some things are worth putting up, to avoid taking another pill, but bladder problems are NOT one of them. LOL

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