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bedwetting is not a issue unless you make it one

Nighttime loss of bladder control, or bed-wetting, usually in children.
JaggedLittlePill · 41-45, F
It actually is an issue.

And I have an education and 15 years experience working with young children so I am not just making random shit up based on my ideologies.
elsa1025 · 26-30, M
[@1845,JaggedLittlePill] oh i i know i have autism i had the issuse as a kid
JaggedLittlePill · 41-45, F
[@1183909,elsa1025] well then don't say it isnt an issue unless you make it one..because that isn't true.
elsa1025 · 26-30, M
[@1845,JaggedLittlePill] sorry
Sidewinder · 31-35, M
I don't see bedwetting as an issue.

For the record, I don't really remember a whole lot from my childhood, but there are some things I actually do recall.

One of them was wetting the bed when I was about 6 or 7 and it only lasted a few nights.

After that, I was dry every night for about 7 or 8 years after that.

Then, in my early teenage years, I actually wanted to start wetting the bed again, because I realized how much I like it.
Becksta · 36-40
Especially children who are traumatised during the day...
Sidewinder · 31-35, M
[@1183909,elsa1025] So did I.
Becksta · 36-40
[@1183909,elsa1025] Only to use plastic sheeting to protect your mattress, or incontinence pants just in case. Lowering your worry about the problem may reduce the occurrence of the issue - and incontinence pants for adults are much easier to get these days than they used to be.

I'm at the point where I'm thinking of getting myself a supply in, too.
elsa1025 · 26-30, M
[@421598,Becksta] im dry and donr like the feel but there ok i like goodnites i use waterproof cover but im dry every moring so more of a worry now
Stevewet · 56-60, M
I wet the bed a through my childhood and teenage years. I never saw it as a big deal

 
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