Nocturnal bed wettingHello
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I am sixty, male, 5'5", fair complexioned, 64 kilograms. For prolonged period I have been taking anti-depressants as I fell victim to a disease -phobia after the demise of my father.I suffer from anticipatory anxiety that a psychiatrist refers as GAD. I suffer from a typical problem that makes me numb sometime though I know fully well that the problem that scares me is absolutely irrational. Yet I have to take medicines like escitalopram and clonazepam(5mg+ clonazepam 0.5mg). Besides this one I take antihypertensive medication that contains metoprolol 25mg+ amlodipine 5 mg.
Right now I have to face an embarrassing situation at night. I frequently wet my bed. I can not control urine when the urge gets better of me during day time.
Along with this problem I suffer from osteo-arthritis that has made my life nothing but hell. I can't go upstairs or walk quite smoothly after my sweet will.
Beforehand I walked for 40 minutes daily but an orthopedic doctor advised to stop walking. I practice Yoga and Breathing Exercises in the morning as alternatives.
I seek wise suggestions in this regard so that I can get relief from these nagging problems.
sandy3 on 2017-07-15
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