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Menopause and bladder problems

Hi, I am a 57 year old female who went through the menopause a couple of years ago. Last night I had a big shock as I found I had wet the bed!

For the past few years I have suffered with urge incontinence and need to go to the toilet quite regularly (especially in the first half of the day) but then I only pee a smallish amount. When I am away from home, I get the urge to pee quite often. Is that due to stress from being away from home?

Since the menopause, I am definitely more anxious and I worry about small things and I imagine the worst. I sleep ok but I do have difficulty getting to sleep and often I will wake feeling sweaty. I am not overweight and I do regular exercise and am not on any mediation.

I have read that SEPIA might help me but I have no idea what dosage. Can anyone offer any other suggestions? Please also advise on what dosage etc as this is all very new to me. Thank you in advance :).
 
  Nicole3 on 2018-06-21
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MERC SOL 30, FIVE DROPS IN AN OUNCE OF WATER THREE TIMES A DAY AND SILICEA 12X,5 TABS THREE TIMES IN ADDITION.

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