There's no shame in recognizing that you have a problem with adult bedwetting. In fact, accepting that your body is not functioning the way you'd like it to is the first step towards treatment - and you'll be happy to hear that real, effective treatments are available. Simply put, there's no reason why anyone shouldn't have a dry night - and that includes you. It's worth noting that bedwetting in adults is actually different than what children go through.
10 Reasons You Always Have To Pee In The Middle Of The Night
Exploring the World of Pee Fetishism
The first question a doctor will ask you if you complain about having to pee in the middle of the night is, "Did the need to urinate wake you up, or did you wake up and notice you had to urinate? Wexler explains that, when you sleep, increased blood flow to your kidneys can accelerate urine production. So if you wake up because of a snoring bedmate or insomnia or some other reason that has nothing to do with your bladder, you'll still have no problem producing urine if you decide to head to the bathroom. But if having to pee is the reason you're waking up, that's not something to ignore, he says. Even the color of your pee can give you insight to your health. Here, he and other experts explain some of the most common causes of having to pee at night—and what to do about them.
I Really Thought I Would Pee Myself Less As An Adult…
Takeaway: While pee itself is an interesting kink on its own, what's most fascinating is how many different forms it takes. No, pee fetishim also referred to as urolagnia isn't a typo. In the world of kinks and fetishes , lots of things can be twisted into an erotic sensation.
It happened last Saturday. Woke up early, picked her up, and we hit the town. Between our excursions to Pier 1, Ulta, and Old Navy there was no time to really stop anywhere to, you know, go. Until I did.