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    An_191911 posted:
    i've been observing my body system eversince (cant remember exaclty the date) but its kinda weird that every summer...i always have this problem...i always want to pee every night. it disrupts my sleep actually because i tend to wake 15-20 times a night just to avoid peing in my bed, you know...then i further observe myself...every summer, i love to watch movies and drama series and actually i enjoy crying, so...hhmmm.... i know it kinda weird but i realized that everytime i cry hard, i pee and even after crying, i can't help but to pee..is it possible that my tears somehow connected with my peeing system, i know its funny but i'm curious...hoping for your help... thanks :-D

    ps: i dont feel being on pee if i'm busy, i mean regular peeing system during working days you know...so this makes me really wonder, why only during summer and why only during i cry hard....thanks again :-D
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