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    Got To go all the time
    Gatorman75 posted:
    I have a double problem Is it commen to constenly to used the restroom and Have acidents because of my diebeties. I wake up at night and always feel i got to go. I go places And i always look for the bathroom

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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello Gatorman75 and thanks for posting.

    Have you talked to a urologist about your issues? If not, we have an article on Ten Questions to Ask Your Docto r about over-active bladder (OAB) and incontinence. He or she will be able to work with you to find a treatment that fits your needs.

    You may also want to post on the Diabetes community for more support.

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