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Old 10th March 2019, 01:12 PM
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Default Anti depressants and bedwetting

Has anyone on here had any experiences with anti depressants and bed/diaper wetting (and be willing to share them)?

Normally, when I wear diapers overnight, I tend to wet a little before going to sleep, then again in the morning, but I tend to sleep through the night without any additional wettings. However, I've just started taking anti depressants (not for the first time, but the first time whilst I've been in a 'diaper phase'), and I'm finding it much easier to wet during the night. Basically, I've stopped wetting before sleep as often, but I normally wake up at some ungodly hour (2 till 4), wet, and then go back to sleep. I did this last night and I only have the faintest recollection of waking up and wetting it's almost as if I wet accidentally. I think it might be easier because the medication has killed my libido, so that I don't find the wettings quite so 'exciting'.

When I woke up this morning, I did my morning pee in my already wet diaper and had a massive leak lol. Not a problem because I have 2 waterproof covers on my bed - just in case

I wonder if I'm making some sort of semi conscious attempt to regress (I've also started sleeping with a teddy bear), or give myself a genuine medical need to wear diapers.
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Old 11th March 2019, 04:45 AM
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This is a complex question, with no simple answer. Several antidepressants have been used successfully to treat urinary incontinence, particularly in children. Some others have just the opposite effect and make it worse. That is most commonly for two reasons. Firstly the bladder relaxes and therefore does not empty fully when given the chance, and secondly, the awareness of the feeling of need may be diminished so that you might not feel the need to go even though you may be on the verge of desperation.

If you are after general information you can try doctor Google, but you do risk reading lots of rubbish. If you want actual advice I suggest you ask your doctor, pharmacist, or health care professional.
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Following up on what Sue has said it depends, I think, in large measure about how you feel about nocturnal wetting. If you enjoy it and don't mind the hassle factor that's absolutely fine but, if it's getting worse and you're not happy about it, have a word with your GP - especially if you think the antidepressants are a factor. I really wouldn't rely on Dr Google for information!
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Default Re: Anti depressants and bedwetting

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This is a complex question, with no simple answer. Several antidepressants have been used successfully to treat urinary incontinence, particularly in children. Some others have just the opposite effect and make it worse. That is most commonly for two reasons. Firstly the bladder relaxes and therefore does not empty fully when given the chance, and secondly, the awareness of the feeling of need may be diminished so that you might not feel the need to go even though you may be on the verge of desperation.

If you are after general information you can try doctor Google, but you do risk reading lots of rubbish. If you want actual advice I suggest you ask your doctor, pharmacist, or health care professional.


That's actually quite interesting. Since starting the medication. when I go for a pee, it takes me longer to get going, and I never reach full pressure, so I can relate to your first point. I can't relate to your second point though (about not feeling the need even when desperate), I don't think that applies to me (though of course, other people may differ).

I did mention the bedwetting last time I was on ant depressants to my GP (about 4 years ago). She said sleep disturbances were common (although she hadn't heard of it causing bedwetting), so I needn't worry about it unless it was causing distress.
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Old 16th March 2019, 12:46 AM
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Following up on what Sue has said it depends, I think, in large measure about how you feel about nocturnal wetting. If you enjoy it and don't mind the hassle factor that's absolutely fine but, if it's getting worse and you're not happy about it, have a word with your GP - especially if you think the antidepressants are a factor. I really wouldn't rely on Dr Google for information!


I enjoy bedwetting (probably like a lot of other people on this board). As I mentioned, I was in a diaper phase when I started the medication (my pee fetishes move between wetting, diapers and golden showers), and was wearing overnight quite often anyway. This was partly down to the security and comfort that comes with diapers, as well as sexual excitement. Now, it's just security and comfort as my libido is basically at zero. My personal theory is that, since I enjoy bedwetting, and SSRIs can cause sleep disturbances, I'm kinda doing it semi on purpose because I subconsciously think I have an excuse.

I've just spent the last 5 nights in a hotel. I've stayed in this hotel before and know they protect their beds as standard. If you read some of my other stories on this site, you'll know I find wetting hotel beds irresistible. But at the moment, I really couldn't be bothered to do it. So on the first night, I didn't. On the second night, I had a few beers and woke up at 3am ish after a truly awful nightmare (pretty common on this medication), and decided I really wanted to feel looked after or cared for, so I wet the bed. It turns out I needed to pee more than I thought and the bed was soaked. I put a towel on the puddle and slept on the dry bit. In the morning, I went to reception and explained what I'd done. On the third night, I think I had a genuine accident. As in my earlier post, I remember waking up and needing to pee, but this time, I have no recollection of actually peeing only of waking up a few hours later in a soggy bed. I think this is my first genuine, sober accident in a hotel bed. And it felt great; even though I knew I'd have to explain to reception what I'd done again.
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It turns out I needed to pee more than I thought and the bed was soaked. I put a towel on the puddle and slept on the dry bit. In the morning, I went to reception and explained what I'd done. On the third night, I think I had a genuine accident. As in my earlier post, I remember waking up and needing to pee, but this time, I have no recollection of actually peeing only of waking up a few hours later in a soggy bed. I think this is my first genuine, sober accident in a hotel bed. And it felt great; even though I knew I'd have to explain to reception what I'd done again.


You don't mind explaining that, with the people around you even though you don't know them?
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You don't mind explaining that, with the people around you even though you don't know them?


It's a good point. I don't normally do this (even though I quite like it when people, especially women, know I wet the bed); the medication I'm taking does take the edge of most emotions so I guess I'm not feeling the embarrassment quite as much as I would normally.
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