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Have You Ever Wet The Bed As An Adult?


I have. Especially during the warm wather... Gross, but it's apart of life so just wanted to throw the question out there.


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No. I've puked in bed as an adult though (several times). Nasty.
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No I don't think so. What would the warmer weather have to do with it btw?

I remember my son when he was little almost went in a bedroom draw once - I had to jump up really quick and race him into the loo.
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No. I've puked in bed as an adult though (several times). Nasty.
How? Did you go to bed really drunk?

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No but close, I was dreaming I was peeing a couple times & woke up in mid flow in my dream & got really scared for a second till I realised I wasn't peeing in real life, I just had to go really badly, if anybody ever experienced that its one of the scariest ways to wake up.






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No but have spilled drinks all over the bed because I was drinking a can of Pepsi and sat it near me and fell asleep. One of the good things about diet soda is it seems to dry clear and doesn't leave a sticky mess behind. Not that any of this is relevant.
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How? Did you go to bed really drunk?
Side effects from Cymbalta (an antidepressant). I was also in one of the worst mental states of my life, so when I felt the urge to puke, I didn't even bother moving or going to the toilet. I just let it go and went back to sleep.

I've hit a few different rock bottoms in life. That was one of them.
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Embarrassingly, probably more than the average adult. I think anywhere between 5-10 times. From what I recalled, every time it has happened, it is me going to the restroom in a dream. I sit on the toilet wanting to pee, but something in my mind or my instinct kept holding me back to do so. Then eventually i will just push and let it go. And I wake up. Most times I will wake up before I tried "peeing". The few times it happened, I thought it was my dog that peed. Out of anxiety, I ended up resorting to just laying the absorbent papers underneath my mattress cover just in case. I think it has a lot to do with me always oversleeping and pressing snooze, when my mind knows I should be waking up. So it copes with making me dream that I am waking up, which the first thing I do is go to the bathroom and pee.

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From what I recalled, every time it has happened, it is me going to the restroom in a dream.
I find it interesting someone else had that dream, I don't know how I was able to control my bladder cause I was already peeing in the dream






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Walked in my mum and dads bedroom and pissed in their cupboard when drunk a good while back.



One of my mates walked into his dads room, opened the top draw of the bedside cabinet, and pissed in that.

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I find it interesting someone else had that dream, I don't know how I was able to control my bladder cause I was already peeing in the dream

For me part of my subconscious knows I am not suppose to pee perhaps, so I am hesitant.

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Embarrassingly, probably more than the average adult. I think anywhere between 5-10 times. From what I recalled, every time it has happened, it is me going to the restroom in a dream. I sit on the toilet wanting to pee, but something in my mind or my instinct kept holding me back to do so. Then eventually i will just push and let it go. And I wake up. Most times I will wake up before I tried "peeing". The few times it happened, I thought it was my dog that peed. Out of anxiety, I ended up resorting to just laying the absorbent papers underneath my mattress cover just in case. I think it has a lot to do with me always oversleeping and pressing snooze, when my mind knows I should be waking up. So it copes with making me dream that I am waking up, which the first thing I do is go to the bathroom and pee.
I've had this also, a few times in my life. Dreaming that I am desperate to go have a wee (when in reality I do need to), and then initially resisting but eventually just going. And then I'll wake up and think initially 'thank goodness it was a dream' but then 'oh...'.

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not yet. threw up maybe twice? spilled food/drink a bunch of times lol.

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Normal sexually aroused women might wet a bed when they are wet. Some wet more and some less but there might be some wet spots on the bed.

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I've had this also, a few times in my life. Dreaming that I am desperate to go have a wee (when in reality I do need to), and then initially resisting but eventually just going. And then I'll wake up and think initially 'thank goodness it was a dream' but then 'oh...'.

Yeah I did tell my doctor about it before when I panicked about it. She just said it could happen more with some people and nothing really to worry about. And that I could see a therapist about it if I really am.

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I've been drunk many, many times but no, I've never wet the bed. I have gotten period on the sheets though a couple times.
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No but have spilled drinks all over the bed because I was drinking a can of Pepsi and sat it near me and fell asleep. One of the good things about diet soda is it seems to dry clear and doesn't leave a sticky mess behind. Not that any of this is relevant.
Come to think of it, I think I might have pissed myself a time or two with the seizures but when you wake up with a splitting headache and part of your tongue bitten halfway off, a little urine in your pants is the least of your problems.
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No. But I have woken up so sweaty that the sheets were soaked.
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