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    An_191861 posted:
    For the very first time today, I woke up, and I had wet the bed. This has never happened before, and I don't understand why. I have just started having the urge to pee all the time, and when I do, I pee forever. I am so embarrassed that I wet the bed, because like I said this has never happened before. Can someone tell me why?
    An_191862 responded:
    Frist go see your dr. and get tested it could be simple or more complex.
    Hugooooo responded:
    I am with the same problem. Just mine is, i am not peeing the quatity of the urge, if you understand what i mean.
    Diane K Newman, RN-C, MSN, ANP responded:
    You may want to see a doctor as it sounds as though you have just started having this problem, it came on suddenly. It could mean you have a urinary tract infection or that you are not completely emptying your bladder.
    Hugooooo replied to Diane K Newman, RN-C, MSN, ANP's response:
    Thanks. It helped, but i i am seeing a doctor, besides, yesterday i went on to a party and every single beer i drunk it would have, 5 minutes later or something, to go pee... I think only a doctor can say what is goin on, Im am just afraid of getting emergency incontinent or small bladder. I will just go for it, meanwile il try no to think about it.

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