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    My secret for night wetting is to slowly drink water after 7 to the point I'm peeing twice just before bed (in a diaper) this way my brain remembers I don't need a toilet. Practice the whole, let this happen naturally without giving effort or squeezing at the end. I'll change into a fresh diaper then allow myself to wet which is usually a little before bed. I'll have a glass of white wine just before bed then go to bed thinking about diapers. I've been doing this for about 3.5 weeks and had full diapers in the morning for the past three nights. I know because my back is wet. Also, I was a bed wetter all the way up to age 15. I remember this because our first cruise vacation I wore diapers to bed. I don't chug a lot of water because I feel that just puts extreme pressure on your bladder then becomes uncomfortable. I'm sure if I went to bed without a diaper I won't wet the bed. But, I'll try tonight.

    I've always been pushing and pushing to release into the diaper but I realized I was going about it all wrong. I just waste until my bladders fills and I get the urge to go and just.... relax until it happens.

    What's everyone else's night time ritual??

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    I stay hydrated all throughout the day. Unfortunately I NEVER wet in my sleep. For decades I've always woken up, peed, and went back to sleep (or at least tried to). Even afterseven urinary sphincterotomies I still wake up at night needing to pee.

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    The Little Pawz from ABU that I have now are very thirsty. I don't drink a lot though, not that Its intentional, its just that I drink exactly how much I need. It tends to be about as much as a Goodnite handles in a day.
    So with my Little Pawz, there is so much absorbency left. I've ended up drinking a litre or two of water and salted it to have that available to use that capacity. But My body doesn't like that much water.
    I end up with little sleep while I'm in bed as every 10 minutes I gotta go. I like not needing to get up or even move lol, but it makes it tough to stay asleep.
    I only have about 12-14 hours out of any day that I could wear, so I want to get as much out of the diaper as I possibly can. I'll try with less water next time I guess.
    And yeah, its the easiest when your bladder has enough in it, otherwise its a battle to get dribbles out. Theres a spot that I go in my mind to also help tell my bladder to release, it gets easier the longer you wear though.

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    Not entirely understanding why so many people on here are trying to lose control at night. Does being trapped in an inconvenient situation all the time really make it more fun?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennecfox View Post
    Not entirely understanding why so many people on here are trying to lose control at night. Does being trapped in an inconvenient situation all the time really make it more fun?
    I guess we are all diferent. I pee in my sleep every night and wake up soaking wet every morning yet I wouldn't change it for the world. After getting over the initial shock when my bedwetting returned I soon settled back in to the habt and now couldn't be happier. I for one can understand why some people want this.. I am genuinely a happier more contented person since I started bedwetting again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ST50 View Post
    I guess we are all diferent. I pee in my sleep every night and wake up soaking wet every morning yet I wouldn't change it for the world. After getting over the initial shock when my bedwetting returned I soon settled back in to the habt and now couldn't be happier. I for one can understand why some people want this.. I am genuinely a happier more contented person since I started bedwetting again.
    I mean I can understand the feeling comfortable in them thing but diapers are pricey and not always convienent, so the making them absolutely necessary seems sort of expensive to want to be that way all the time by choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennecfox View Post
    Not entirely understanding why so many people on here are trying to lose control at night. Does being trapped in an inconvenient situation all the time really make it more fun?
    Except it is LESS inconvenient. Being able to automatically wet a diaper at night is WAY more convenient than waking up every few hours and loosing sleep.

    This is something I have struggled with for decades, and have probably lost multiple months of cumulative sleep in that time. And even after seven sphincterotomies I still wake up at night too. I'd rather have the convenience of sleep any night of the week, no question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennecfox View Post
    I mean I can understand the feeling comfortable in them thing but diapers are pricey and not always convienent, so the making them absolutely necessary seems sort of expensive to want to be that way all the time by choice
    What is expensive really? If you make enough money, then expensive for you isn't the same as for others. Plus, the expense of diapers is a lot less than smoking, and a number of hobbies too. Does expense alone mean others shouldn't pursue them, well diapers are no different in that regard too. Plus, like with hobbies, we get a great pleasure from wearing and wetting diapers. Probably more so than any hobby ever could bring, which makes it more than justifiable in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennecfox View Post
    Not entirely understanding why so many people on here are trying to lose control at night. Does being trapped in an inconvenient situation all the time really make it more fun?
    Absolutely. You don't need to understand. That's the greatness of this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slomo View Post
    Except it is LESS inconvenient. Being able to automatically wet a diaper at night is WAY more convenient than waking up every few hours and loosing sleep.

    This is something I have struggled with for decades, and have probably lost multiple months of cumulative sleep in that time. And even after seven sphincterotomies I still wake up at night too. I'd rather have the convenience of sleep any night of the week, no question.
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    What is expensive really? If you make enough money, then expensive for you isn't the same as for others. Plus, the expense of diapers is a lot less than smoking, and a number of hobbies too. Does expense alone mean others shouldn't pursue them, well diapers are no different in that regard too. Plus, like with hobbies, we get a great pleasure from wearing and wetting diapers. Probably more so than any hobby ever could bring, which makes it more than justifiable in my book.
    $30 in USD a month is expensive? I can see that being expensive for some people but those with a career and practice a budget... that's not expensive. Living paycheck to paycheck, yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rado View Post
    I've been doing this for about 3.5 weeks and had full diapers in the morning for the past three nights. I know I'm sure if I went to bed without a diaper I won't wet the bed. But, I'll try tonight.
    Last night, I went to bed without a diaper and did my usual ritual and woke up in a cramp. Needless to say, I didn't wet the bed. The battle was lost

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rado View Post
    Absolutely. You don't need to understand. That's the greatness of this.

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    $30 in USD a month is expensive? I can see that being expensive for some people but those with a career and practice a budget... that's not expensive. Living paycheck to paycheck, yes.

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    Last night, I went to bed without a diaper and did my usual ritual and woke up in a cramp. Needless to say, I didn't wet the bed. The battle was lost
    Actually, at 3 per day, times 30 days, that would be $90 per month. Expensive for some sure, not for others too though. Heck, that is barely even 1/3 of my monthly utilities bill. Half of my food bill- per week- too. If I can afford those, I can afford diapers easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slomo View Post
    Actually, at 3 per day, times 30 days, that would be $90 per month. Expensive for some sure, not for others too though. Heck, that is barely even 1/3 of my monthly utilities bill. Half of my food bill- per week- too. If I can afford those, I can afford diapers easily.
    3 per day?

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