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    Okay I am currently having a problem with waking up to a wet bed, it has happened once a week consistently for the past two weeks. I have no awareness that I am doing it until I wake up to the bed being cold and wet, from what i can tell I am emptying my whole bladder at the time of the wetting. I usually make sure I use the bathroom before bed, the one instance I wet I didn't but this time I had and it happened within the time frame of two to three hours after going to sleep. I also do have lower spinal problems and I'm wondering if it could have anything to do with it because I have been getting severe pain lately in my hips and lower back. So now I am wondering is this enough times for me to go see a doctor about it or should I just chalk it up to random occurrences? Before this I had only one other episode of bedwetting as an adult and it was due to having too much hard cider and not using the restroom before bed.

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    Especially since this is a new problem, you should certainly consult a doctor ASAP

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    When I do go to the doctor for this does anyone know what kind of tests they would do to determine if there is a problem? I'd like to know what to expect because I am very nervous about going to the doctors in general

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleAyria View Post
    When I do go to the doctor for this does anyone know what kind of tests they would do to determine if there is a problem?
    Doctor time buddy!

    http://www.adisc.org/forum/showthrea...wetting-issues

    You made a thread last time about your boyfriend having bedwetting issues and now you are...answer does not change, if you are having a medical issue, you need to see a doctor, we are not doctors, nor can we offer medical advice to you...many of things can cause your incontinence and it's up to you and your doctor to come up with an analysis, not us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleAyria View Post
    ......I also do have lower spinal problems and I'm wondering if it could have anything to do with it because I have been getting severe pain lately in my hips and lower back......
    Short answer to this question is yes, in the Lumbar and also in the Sacral region there are nerves exiting the spine that will affect continence if they are impinged. You might note this is considered a medical emergency if it should happen. If you have any suspicions or concern's, you should talk to your GP asap.

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    As mentioned by members, see a doctor - We can't really comment on medical issues.

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