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26 years old, suffering from bed wetting since childhood, embarrassing condition. How can I prevent this?

hello sir,im a 26 yrs old girl suffering frm bed wetting since childhood bt ths is of secondary time i mean not daily bt it cn be once in a month or so on.i feel vry embrassed in the morning after bed wetting.im a dentist too.im really scared tht wht wl happen after my marraige.my husband wll gv divorce after knowing ths plz help sir.
Asked On : Sat, 14 Jul 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query,
As your secondary control of brain on bladder has not been established properly you have this problem.Usually this control established in early childhood but in some cases it occurs late.
you need to take imipramine group medicine 75 mg daily for at least 6 weeks under medical supervision. this will help you.
you have to be positive in your life this will help to concentrate.
you need not to worry for your marriage life as it does not affect your sexual life.A frank discussion with your partner is essential.
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