Bladder movements at night time

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by Guest Posts on Mon Oct 25, 2021 3:47 pm

Bladder movements at night time

I'd like to ask why I pee normally all day, but as soon as I get into bed I need to go, and then I wake up every hour needing to go! I even stay a while to get every bit out, yet still need to go an hour later! Thank you, Daisy
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by Professor Marcus Drake on Mon Oct 25, 2021 8:44 pm

Re: Bladder movements at night time

If you pee large volumes of urine overnight, this is not due to your bladder but due to your body making the urine. If that is the case, it is not really a bladder problem, more down to how your body handles the changes when you lie down. I presume you are careful with your fluid intake in the evening. It is also sensible to avoid salty foods and high calorie food in the evening meal

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