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Ever laughed or sneezed so hard that a little bit of urine trickled out?
A lot of folks think bed-wetting is something that only happens to kids, but it's a problem that can hit grown-ups, too. You may feel embarrassed to wake up to wet sheets, but it's not your fault. It could be due to a medical condition, medicine, or a problem with your bladder. You've got lots of ways to fix it.
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Careers advice. Talk relationships. EU Students. Further information. News forums. Entertainment forums. Other interests. Home […] Forums Debate and current affairs News and current affairs. Go to first unread. Skip to :. This discussion is closed. Report Thread starter 13 years ago 1. I expect I'll get a bit of stick for posing a question like this but The train was packed with footie fans and someone pulled the emergency handle between Baker Street and Finchley Road.
How is bed-wetting diagnosed?
We had two coppers in the carriage as well and some Leeds lad was busting for a wee and as we were stuck there for ages about 20 minutes he was begging and pleading that he had to go until. He was actually virtually in tears when it happened which made it even more embarrassing. I guess he was probably aged about 19 or 20 and he'd obviously been in the pub with his mates before getting on the train. I suspect he must have been busting when he got on? I've never ever seen that happen to someone of that sort of age before, at least not when they were relatively sober.
Has anyone else ever heard of that sort of thing happening before?
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What's the oldest age someone's ever wet themselves? Before I saw that happen I'd have said about Not what you're looking for? Rocking-Rob Badges: 7. Report 13 years ago 2. Age does not give you an infinitely large bladder size, and if you've got to go then you've got to go.
Choupinet Badges: Report 13 years ago 3. Report 13 years ago 4. Original post by dellboi What's the oldest age someone's ever wet themselves?
Jace Falco Badges: Report 13 years ago 5. If the bladder gets above a certain volume full, the sphincters will loosen and you will pee yourself. It's involuntary, and it could happen to anyone if they don't go when they need to. If that doesn't happen, like if you're paralytically drunk, your bladder ruptures.
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I was on the tube with my friends once, going into London. I let them direct me, I was otherwise engaged holding myself closed. We'd been drinking beforehand, but I wasn't too drunk, I just needed a piss really really badly.
We got to Holborn, and they said "time to get out", so I did. Just as I thought we were about to get out of the station into a good open public place to find a suitable place to have a good one, and they told me to get on another train. I was bursting. Just hope it never happens to me Report 13 years ago 8.
He was peeing away merrily stood in front of the toilet