Anyone Else Here Hate Wetting the Bed?

I'm new to this site and have wet the bed on and off all my life, not by choice, but because my bladder is small and unable to hold a whole night's worth of urine on a consistent basis.  I don't enjoy wetting the bed, i would do anything to be rid of it!

I've noticed that a lot of the stories on this site have more to do with people who either enjoy wetting the bed, or else have accepted it... is there anyone else here like me who really hates it and would love to do anything to make it stop?  Thanks!

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9 Responses Mar 25, 2009

I'm on the side of the fence here of "doesn't bother me". I can appreciate it bothering you though, so my sympathies. No one should have to put up with stuff like this.

I've wet my whole life so I don't really know any different. To me it just is what it is. I'm aware of online groups of people who enjoy bed wetting, and even enjoy diapers and such. While I do wear diapers at night, I'm not ab/dl, and I don't "get off" on wetting the bed. I will admit to one guilty little feeling though (I've never even told my spouse this) but ever since wearing diapers to bed (started that in my early 20's) I like the feeling of waking up in a wet diaper. It's somehow... comforting. I can't explain it. It's not sexual... it just feels nice. *shrugs*

But yea, I can understand how most people would hate it, it's inconvenient, embarrassing, and can be uncomfortable.

hi there yes i hate bed wetting but i ve been left with with not only bed wetting but daytime wetting too thanks to the hospital who was going to fix my bladder

Know your not alone and I admire your sbility to continue a "normal" life as we that wet know how that is.I am here and always will be for you .

rhancks sexy

I simply accept the fact of my night bedpissing when I have put a memory foam over the mattress.<br />
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Because I wasn't in direct contact with the mattress protector, diaper or other kind of thing for bedwetters, I sleep better. Also, the fact about the memory foam is that keep you away from wet spot by falling in protector, and make the little wetspot stay warm all night long.<br />
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So my lack-of-control is became more and more acceptable until I don't care about.

I can honestly say my bedwetting has never bothered me.

I'M 59YRS OLD AND WET AT LEAST 4 TIMES A WEEK WISH IT WAS NOT THIS WAY BUT IT IS. YES I ACCEPT IT BUT BECAUSE I LIVED WITH MY WHOLE LIFE TRIED EVRY GADET ALL THE MEDS ALL THE DOCTORS NOTHING HAS WORKED SO WHAT CHOICE IS TRERE

I have the occasional wet bed (sometimes more than others) and sort of learned to live with it in a way, but I agree that it must be nice not to have to worry about what might happen when away from home. Now I've passed thirty I'd really like to settle down in a permanent relationship and maybe have children, and the bedwetting has made me put this off. I was spoiled in a sense because in my late teens and through most of my twenties I lived with an aunt who was very understanding about it, in fact I think she liked to mother me a bit as she had no children of her own, but a couple of embarrassing incidents have made me realise that not everyone is quite so laid back about it, and despite some posts, most women probably don't think it's cute. And even though I may not wet that often now, it still churns my stomach when I stay somewhere and have to tell them I need a plastic sheet on the bed.

I set an alarm on my phone and wake up several times a night to use the restroom

well it happened when i was young and then stopped till i was 25 and it has been going on for about two years. The doc's are a little stumped so they think it is a mental thing

Yeah I notice that too.