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    An_243791 posted:
    Let me start by saying I am open to all help. I have had this problem of going to the bathroom in the middle of the night for as long as I can remember. Now I go every two hours. This doesn't matter if I drink alot of water during the day or not. I have had the testing done were they fill you up with saline and measure how long you can hold it. The result was two prescriptions to stop the contractions in my bladder and my intestines. I also suffer from IBS, and I never know when I am going to have a flare up from this. I am so tired of going to the bathroom in the night and not getting any sleep. Does anyone have any suggestions as to where to turn next?
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