Anyone know of any muscle relaxants that affect the bladder?

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Bryce

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I'm wondering if there are any muscle relaxants that affect the bladder and if that would cause true incontinent for a brief period of time. Is there any thing like this either in chewable pill form or something. I can't take pills for some reason, I just can't seem to get em down lols.
 

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Probably not something you can't get without a prescription...
 

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Nothing you can get will do that without a prescription. Also don't even think about doing anything to cause it... It is an extremely bad idea. Really, experimenting with drugs to make you... urinate on yourself?
Think about that for a minute.
Is that really a good idea?
Drugs are meant to treat illnesses, not create them.
Don't go messing around with shit like this, you will seriously hurt yourself.

I do offer a suggestion for loosing a bit of control temporarily.
Drink a lot of water, eat pistachios, and drink tea.... should make it very difficult to hold yourself.. if that's what you want.
 

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It was more of a curious question really. Just wanted to know if I could freely get something like it without a prescription.
 

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nope, nothing that would effect you to that degree is freely available.
 

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No company could make money off that.

I could see the slogan now

"WANNA PISS IN YOUR PANTS! WITHOUT ALL THE TROUBLE OF DRINKING WATER! Well heres your opportunity! Just take one capsle of "OHPISSIGOTTAPISS"! And youll be peeing just like a little baby! FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!"

Although, I am sure there is something out there, there is most likely nothing you can buy that's not over the counter.

Although, it is an interesting idea.

PS. Maybe some kind of kidney stone medicine (IDK)

PPS: yes I did have a lot of fun with this post.
 

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Truth be told... toilet training is something that takes a long time to voluntarily reverse. Your best bet is to get in diapers 24/7 and stay in them. I've been at it since April of this year and I still have control. Now I can tell you that my bladder has shrunk quite a bit and my ability to hold has been majorly reduced... but I am still dry most nights. It is mainly a matter of consistancy, practice, and patience.

Try to relax your bladder as much as possible during waking hours... if you feel even the slightest tingle that you might need to just let it out... and try to see how long you can wait after wetting before you let your bladder muscles contract again. Eventually your body will get the message that diapers are your new toilet... and that your bladder doesn't have to wait until it is full to relieve itself.

You can take over-the-counter diuretics... waterpill and the like. These won't cause incontinence... but you will be going again and again.

Just please, please, please be careful when taking pills. This kind of thing is not what these drugs are meant for... and taking too many over too short a period of time can really **** you up.

If you want to increase urine production... stick with the natural diurectics when at all possible... cranberry juice, anything with caffeine in it, energy drinks... and beer.
 

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I do, and urinary incontinence is a RARE side effect to a muscle relaxer my mom takes for her shoulder ( she has a pinched nerve, and other stuff wrong with it).

But it's prescription, and they very rarely prescribe it. And, again, it's a less than 1% chance it would even make you incontinent.

I'd try water pills, and drinking lots of water. It won't make you incontinent per se, BUT since you will be going a lot, it could possibly make the process of being incontinent quicker, by giving you LOTS of practice. ^_^
 

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I'm not encouraging this but...

I know when I took to many Vicoden pills for my back pain, it caused me to fall asleep and involuntarily wet.
 

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I'm not encouraging this but...

I know when I took to many Vicoden pills for my back pain, it caused me to fall asleep and involuntarily wet.

Those are still prescription pills though, so it falls into the realm of what everyone else has pretty much said
 

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Take drugs to get high, take drugs to wet yourself - either way, it is drug abuse (taking a medication for other than its intended purpose and/or without a prescription.) Don't do it!
 

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Those are still prescription pills though, so it falls into the realm of what everyone else has pretty much said
Um, he didn't say no prescriptions. But good try Pogo.
 

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I was saying that he didn't say that he was unwilling to use a prescription. Non the less, I was just saying that Vicoden can cause bed wetting. Didn't mean for it to turn into an arguement.:dunno:
 
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No company could make money off that.
Actualy I could see a medical company making money off of it, in theory it could be used for removing toxins from the urine in the bladder.

But yeah experienting with prescription drugs is a terrible idea.
 

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the kind of incontinence you are looking for is not doable, yes you can relax your bladder but then you will just always kinda... dribble, and what is the fun in that?

babies are able to retain urine, and i believe do so with some level of coherency, not for very long, but enough to wait until they are in the "comfortable zone" EX: no child will wet themselves if they are being held upside down, the body will naturally hold it for them. if you want the same kind of incontinene that babies have then follow this recipe

1 part smaller bladder (more pee pee time)
1 part diaper trust (for below)
1 part social inhibition loss (so you dont have to conciously say "its ok to pee, i have my diaper on right")
and 1 part TIME (gotta give your sub conscience time to take over the pee thoughts)
 

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I'm wondering if there are any muscle relaxants that affect the bladder and if that would cause true incontinent for a brief period of time. Is there any thing like this either in chewable pill form or something. I can't take pills for some reason, I just can't seem to get em down lols.
You know, that's a pretty stupid idea. I can never understand why some people would do such obviously dangerous things just for a brief, brief chance that they'll magically become "temporarily" incontinent.

Protip: there's no such thing as temporarily incontinent. You either have full control of your bladder, or you don't. there's nothing that will make it act like a switch, and coming up with any sort of scheme to be able to be incontinent one day and fully in control the next is just plain *dumb*. There, I said it.
 

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Some antipsychotics like clozapine have been known to cause it, but they can also cause leukopenia and other serious health problems. Periodical blood tests and close observation are required for all patients being treated with them. Also you have to actually have a psychological problem that requires the use of them, and drugs like these are usually a last line of treatment as there are newer safer drugs around. So really there aren't any drugs that you can take that will do it, some muscle relaxant's might do it but I doubt that the dosage that would cause loss of bladder control would be the standard safe dose. You'd be in danger of overdose. You'd be lucky to get a doctor to prescribe any muscle relaxants as well, they don't like to prescribe them because the vast majority are highly addictive (look up benzodiazepine) and have a lot of abuse potential.
 
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