I was not a bedwetter. I wore diapers to bed until age 3, and had exactly one wet bed after that. Given that it was not a normal thing for me, it was fairly distressing when it happened. I can vividly recall waking my mom and telling her that I'd gotten sick in my bed. I remember her being mildly irritated at that, but when she got to my room and realized what had actually happened (the smell of urine was a dead giveaway!) she cleaned things up quickly and didn't make me feel bad about it -- even the lying.
Oddly, though I was very interested in diapers at the time, had access to them, and even wore them to bed (by choice) on occasion, I can't recall thinking even once, "I wish I'd been wearing a diaper." The whole thing had been a lame experience that, apparently, I was quite eager to put behind me.
Actually twice, once I dreamed I was in the bathroom, but turns out I wasn't there but in my bed . And the other one was awful , It happened when I was 9 in school. So the class was almost over and I wanted to go to the bathroom, the teacher didn't allowed me to go, so, I wetted my pants.
I was so embarassed, but I think nobody noticed, we were kids and the class was hysterical since it was friday and everyone was talking and waiting to leave, at least I hope so
I don't recall ever doing it while I was a child but I have once as an adult. I had vertigo really bad for about a week. I couldn't really get out of bed (even slight movements made me vomit and walking was impossible). Although I did make it to the bathroom most of the time despite the illness, on one occasion when it was really bad, I tried to get up to go to the bathroom, which made me sick and I started to vomit. The effects that had on my body led to a little bit of unintentional wetting. I also have once wet my pants on accident when I had an illness hat my doctor never did manage to diagnose, but which lasted for a month and involved coughing uncontrollably. Same deal as the vertigo: started coughing, lost control of my muscles, and Bob's your uncle.
Although I've been an AB my entire life, I didn't wear back then. If I had, both of those accidents could've been avoided, since I'd have been wearing 24/7 for the duration of the illness.
No bed wetting.
Two accidents. One around 6 years old. I was playing outside and didn't really feel like stopping. The other time I must have been around 11. I woke up and really, really, REALLY had to go. I was at a camp ground, and the bathrooms were a good 1/4 mile away. I knew I wasn't going to make it, and ended up wetting myself when trying to figure out what to do. as I started, I knelt down in front of water jug and madeit look like I was getting a drink, while I was actually washing away what was leaking. Nobody found out because everyone was still asleep. Lucky for that I guess.
Nope, never had any childhood accidents, fortunately on the embarassment front
though, in my '20s, when I had a waterbed and recently married, I had about a dozen accidents after I set the bed temp to 60F (it was a hot summer, and it was pleasantly cool, apparently too pleasant) . where I would almost invariably wet the bed very night. My wife was supporting, but admittedly not happy about being soaked by me. I turned the bed temp to 70F and quit wetting it nightly. Aside from that, I haven't had much grief from bedwetting until about a decade later.
None of you ever went through a time during puberty when you experienced a couple wet beds? And not the Wet Dream kind? There was definitely a period during puberty when I wet the bed a couple of times a month.
I had plenty of daytime accidents when I was around 5 or 6 as I recall, and I was out of diapers by then.
The only time I wet the bed was really weird actually. It worked like this I was dreaming about a totally normal day and that I was actually going to the toilet in my dream and I just simply released in the bed thinking I was in the bathroom and I started awake only after I just lost 1/8th of the contents of my bladder in my bed.
I used wet the bed during stressful times as a child, but not intentinally (not sure if that makes me a non) but it wasn't something intentional even into teen years thanks to all the stress of my childhood. My childhood was not happy.
I actually wet the bed last night! I was wearing an Abena M3 with a stuffer that I had been wearing since after dinner so it was quite full. I woke up to find that it had filled up more and there were stain spots on my bed and I had no urge to pee like I do every morning. This is weird to me because I haven't wet the bed since I was probably 8.
I did once. I can't remember the age, but I felt so ashamed of it that I never told my parents it happened. I don't even remember how I got away with it, nor do I remember the feelings I had other than being ashamed. D:
I don't remember much from when I was young enough that the odd bedwetting incident wasn't surprising, only one particular time, but I don't remember anything else happening through most of my childhood, and I certainly don't consider myself a bedwetter. However, having said that once I started wearing diapers and using them at night for multiple nights in a row when I get the chance, I have had a few isolated incidents where I literally wet the bed unintentionally, while unpadded. Actually it could also have been caused by stress as I hear that happens sometimes, but let's be honest it was probably getting used to the diapers. I should be overjoyed that it's happened a few times but the IC crowd is right when they say it's not that great when you can't control it, and honestly if I wasn't wearing on a certain night, chances are I wasn't in the mood anyways...