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    night time incontinence
    An_246813 posted:
    I have been taking Geodon and Klonopin for 2 weeks in PM.
    I have developed complete incontinence at night when standing up from bed. Could this be from medication. Do not have daytime problems
    TDXSP08 responded:
    Well i have scoured all of even the most obscure Geodon side effect references and non of them come close to Nocturnal Enuresis and i know Klonopin well it is not the cause.If it was me i would buy some adult diapers and a reusable bed mat they sell them at most pharmacies for around 15.00$ to make sure if the diaper does not catch it the mat will and the mat you just wash with your laundry,and at the same time i would if your insurance requires it get a referral to a Urologist who can check out your bladder and kidneys and such to eliminate a physical cause or serious health concern. You did not say if you had any other medical problems like diabetes or things like that which could be the culprit also.


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