Bed wetting

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So far I have been wearing daily when not at work and nightly for at least a week most days/nights before that since christmas. I of course still wake regularly during the night whenever I feel the urge.



Despite lots of efforts and feeling very confident in my brand of nappies (Drylife slip super) that they won't leak I still have not been unable to go whilst still in bed and laying down. Frustratingly I have to get out of bed and stand up to releive myself.



I would love to the get to point where I can just sleep through the night and wake up In the morning to the feeling of a well used and filled nappy.



Has anyone without any previous issues or experience with bed wetting been able to achieve this?



What advice can you give me.



Thanks.
 
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If you keep wearing diapers to bed and not relieving yourself before bedtime you will eventually start wetting the bed in your sleep. It’s not something that’s easily reversed once it starts.
 
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be careful what you wish for
 
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Haha, yes careful how far you take this lol. Although I managed to take it to the point where I wake nearly every morning to a soggy diaper without memory of wetting. I love it 98% of the time so I can’t say it was a mistake. Anyway obviously drink plenty of water prior to bed, end the evening with some tea and go to bed. When you wake needing to pee, try bending your legs slightly while on your back. If this doesn’t work, try sitting on your knees, but no matter what you do, do NOT get out of bed cause you’re just reinforcing your old habits
 
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Advice from my origin thread from 2019:

I thought I would add a bit more here on wearing at night since it is a topic that comes up. For me, as for quite a few on ADISC, I did not wish to un-train myself or become a full time bed wetter but would quite happily be a genuine bed wetter when wearing a nappy.

Happily, I now wake with a wet nappy nearly every time I wear one to bed, with no memory of having wet myself on purpose in the night.

I would like to reassure you that it can be done without causing any physical or psychological injury to yourself!

It’s a multi-step thing that took me a few years to achieve. When it happened for the first time I couldn’t believe it.

I would always go to bed in a dry nappy.
Some days I would wake up dry, have a morning wee in my nappy and then take it off when I got up.

Most nights I would wake in the night needing a wee. I would let go into my nappy and go back to sleep. My usual night nappy was (and is for the moment) an Abena L4.

One morning I woke up and felt like I was wet but had no memory of waking in the night. I did not have my morning wee but got up and took the nappy off first to check. It was definitely wet. I was so excited that this had happened and felt all tingly.

I wore again the next night with no special preparation of any kind but it didn’t happen.

But then it started to happen more frequently.

I believe I have now trained my brain to realise that it’s OK to wet in my sleep but only when I have a nappy on.

I didn’t think it was possible, but (looking back) here’s how it happened:

First, you have to be comfortable with wetting yourself in a nappy whilst awake sitting or standing. The best way to achieve this is not to hold everything in until the last minute when wearing before bursting to simulate a gushing wee accident (flooding) as this actually trains your bladder muscles to hold on tighter. Just relax and let it go when you have one on.

Next, you don’t need to drink gallons of water at a time as this can make your stomach uncomfortable. Rather, just keep pleasantly well hydrated. Drink sips little and often and always just let go when your bladder first feels the need. At the very beginning you may need to stand in the bathroom to be able to do this but will soon be comfortable doing it anywhere.

When you are so comfortable in just “letting go” in a nappy sitting or standing, you can try lying down.

Again, contrary to what I thought at first, the best way to get going is not to drink lots of water and lie down holding it til you are bursting. That just causes pain and discomfort.

Do keep well hydrated, but just relax and try to let go rather than pushing. Sometimes lying in silence helps. Sometimes a particular sound or piece of music may help. If it doesn’t work at first, you may have to stand or sit up, wee, and lie down again.

Part of the issue is trusting the nappy not to leak. I found that putting a bed pad underneath helped as it stopped my brain from worrying about leaks subconsciously.

When wearing to bed, adopt the same tactic. Don’t go to bed on a full bladder or holding in the hope that you will wet yourself. You will just be uncomfortable. If you need a wee at ANY point, just let go, even if it is only a little bit. If you hold it it will reinforce the notion that you shouldn’t be letting go.

Whether you need to wee before going to sleep or wake up needing one, just let go when the feeling takes you.

One morning you may wake up to find that you have had a little accident for real.

Don’t expect results overnight, but I hope that the above helps anyone who would like to have the experience of waking in a wet nappy without becoming fully incontinent or waking in the night to wee.

It has one side effect- the best night’s sleep ever while staying well hydrated.

Update 2023: I wear and wet nearly every night now, but occasionally don’t wear just to make sure I haven’t become a real bedwetter
 
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Thank you for your replies.

I will keep trying and follow your advice in the hope that one day I wake up to nice suprise. It sounds like the key ingridient here is patience.

Thanks all that have replied so far.
 
Thank you for your replies.

I will keep trying and follow your advice in the hope that one day I wake up to nice suprise. It sounds like the key ingridient here is patience.

Thanks all that have replied so far.
Were you a bedwetter when you were young or were you potty trained at the normal age? If the later, it might be harder to learn to wet at night without waking up, especially if you don't intend to be diapered every night. In my case I wet my bed well into my teens, then stopped and wore diapers intermittently when I could get away with it but seldom wet my diapers at night without waking. Eventually I decided to wear diapers full time and after a year or so started wetting in my sleep like I had when I was a teenager. For almost 15 years now I wet my diapers at night without being aware until I awake in the morning.
 
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I was potty trained from a young age and don't really remember ever wetting the bed.

I will just enjoy my new found passion for wearing for now and hope that with patience things will progress.

Were you a bedwetter when you were young or were you potty trained at the normal age? If the later, it might be harder to learn to wet at night without waking up, especially if you don't intend to be diapered every night. In my case I wet my bed well into my teens, then stopped and wore diapers intermittently when I could get away with it but seldom wet my diapers at night without waking. Eventually I decided to wear diapers full time and after a year or so started wetting in my sleep like I had when I was a teenager. For almost 15 years now I wet my diapers at night without being aware until I awake in the morning.
 
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Advice from my origin thread from 2019:

I thought I would add a bit more here on wearing at night since it is a topic that comes up. For me, as for quite a few on ADISC, I did not wish to un-train myself or become a full time bed wetter but would quite happily be a genuine bed wetter when wearing a nappy.

Happily, I now wake with a wet nappy nearly every time I wear one to bed, with no memory of having wet myself on purpose in the night.

I would like to reassure you that it can be done without causing any physical or psychological injury to yourself!

It’s a multi-step thing that took me a few years to achieve. When it happened for the first time I couldn’t believe it.

I would always go to bed in a dry nappy.
Some days I would wake up dry, have a morning wee in my nappy and then take it off when I got up.

Most nights I would wake in the night needing a wee. I would let go into my nappy and go back to sleep. My usual night nappy was (and is for the moment) an Abena L4.

One morning I woke up and felt like I was wet but had no memory of waking in the night. I did not have my morning wee but got up and took the nappy off first to check. It was definitely wet. I was so excited that this had happened and felt all tingly.

I wore again the next night with no special preparation of any kind but it didn’t happen.

But then it started to happen more frequently.

I believe I have now trained my brain to realise that it’s OK to wet in my sleep but only when I have a nappy on.

I didn’t think it was possible, but (looking back) here’s how it happened:

First, you have to be comfortable with wetting yourself in a nappy whilst awake sitting or standing. The best way to achieve this is not to hold everything in until the last minute when wearing before bursting to simulate a gushing wee accident (flooding) as this actually trains your bladder muscles to hold on tighter. Just relax and let it go when you have one on.

Next, you don’t need to drink gallons of water at a time as this can make your stomach uncomfortable. Rather, just keep pleasantly well hydrated. Drink sips little and often and always just let go when your bladder first feels the need. At the very beginning you may need to stand in the bathroom to be able to do this but will soon be comfortable doing it anywhere.

When you are so comfortable in just “letting go” in a nappy sitting or standing, you can try lying down.

Again, contrary to what I thought at first, the best way to get going is not to drink lots of water and lie down holding it til you are bursting. That just causes pain and discomfort.

Do keep well hydrated, but just relax and try to let go rather than pushing. Sometimes lying in silence helps. Sometimes a particular sound or piece of music may help. If it doesn’t work at first, you may have to stand or sit up, wee, and lie down again.

Part of the issue is trusting the nappy not to leak. I found that putting a bed pad underneath helped as it stopped my brain from worrying about leaks subconsciously.

When wearing to bed, adopt the same tactic. Don’t go to bed on a full bladder or holding in the hope that you will wet yourself. You will just be uncomfortable. If you need a wee at ANY point, just let go, even if it is only a little bit. If you hold it it will reinforce the notion that you shouldn’t be letting go.

Whether you need to wee before going to sleep or wake up needing one, just let go when the feeling takes you.

One morning you may wake up to find that you have had a little accident for real.

Don’t expect results overnight, but I hope that the above helps anyone who would like to have the experience of waking in a wet nappy without becoming fully incontinent or waking in the night to wee.

It has one side effect- the best night’s sleep ever while staying well hydrated.

Update 2023: I wear and wet nearly every night now, but occasionally don’t wear just to make sure I haven’t become a real bedwetter
Sounds like a roadmap to wetting a bed too me..... I for sure agree on the part about don't drink to much water. That can not only upset the stomach but it can be dangerous, as it can wash many of our Electrolytes out of our body.. potassium being one of them that can mess you up real bad.

Oh that and the bed pad. Only buy the reusable kind not those and not those cheap blue disposal ones..
 
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My advice is keep a small bottle of water by your bed and have some if you wake in the middle of the night. You don’t need to drink a ton, just a few sips. Our bodies are trained to reduce urine production at night but I’ve found if you introduce even a little water in the middle of the night it tricks you body into producing urine.
 
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My body doesn’t need the trick. It produces lots of urine!
 
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My body doesn’t need the trick. It produces lots of urine!
Mine too. I wake every morning in a soaked mega max. Of course I am a night owl and stay up late so it normally has a few smaller wetting in it before bed. I very seldom awake while peeing.
 
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So far I have been wearing daily when not at work and nightly for at least a week most days/nights before that since christmas. I of course still wake regularly during the night whenever I feel the urge.



Despite lots of efforts and feeling very confident in my brand of nappies (Drylife slip super) that they won't leak I still have not been unable to go whilst still in bed and laying down. Frustratingly I have to get out of bed and stand up to releive myself.



I would love to the get to point where I can just sleep through the night and wake up In the morning to the feeling of a well used and filled nappy.



Has anyone without any previous issues or experience with bed wetting been able to achieve this?



What advice can you give me.



Thanks.
When you wake up at night needing to pee don't get up. Just lay there and pee then go back to sleep. ( You'll need a high capacity diaper and a good quality plastic cover ) Eventually you'll get to the point waking up with a delightfully soaked diaper every morning and be pleased about it. Enjoy your journey to becoming a bed wetting baby again.🌧️🌧️🌧️🌧️🌧️🌧️🌧️
 
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