Okay, so there's been quite a lot of changes recently... I for the longest time had felt I was slowly getting "better" in the daytime... Well I'm on and off different anti-depressants and stuff in the last few months. Anyway, a few weeks ago I stopped one, and my daytime dribbling issues nearly went away completely! And I had to start a different one... Ironically, my bedwetting went downhill in the process though. Then some unrelated medical issues happened and I had to stop the prescription for a few days (told by the nurse-practitioner) so the doctor could go over things first, since my NP told me to. And then the bedwetting went back to normal... Then I talked to my doctor (the one who prescribed the anti-depressants) and they told me to just take a half dose instead....and back to the bedwetting again. But I'm pretty sure I know why...it makes you damn near unconscious when you go to sleep. I seem to find it easier to go with this prescription too, which itself is good since usually the dribbling happens when I can't entirely go, and would normally have trouble starting and feeling it. Now I feel stronger urges to go and I can when I need to. But having a bigger urge to go at night and not being able to wake up normally very easily, and now with the medication essentially sedating me... Well I guess it's a trade-off. Just an interesting side-effect, but I've done some searches on it, and apparently it's common to wet the bed and/or more often when you're on it - even if you'd never in your life! Either way, it's good news for me though, because it means I'm doing so much better during the day, it's awesome! And it's not like anyone ever sees me at night, lol... but still, won't be able to visit family anytime soon... Anyone else have something like that go on for them? Just wanted to say this somewhere, because this isn't something I'd share outside here, even if it's mostly good news.