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urinary leakage while sleeping

Ok i am a 29 yr old male i have acid reflux alot, night sweats about 3 times a month, urinary leakage after I pee, I also wake up mornings with about a silver dollar size spot of urine in my pants and sometimes just totally wet. sometimes it happens when relaxed/just resting and it happens with no urge. It started when I about 11 and I am in late 20s now. Doc I have always been to embarrassed to go to a doctor and was just wondering what you think i have? Thanks doc This is what I have done to treat so far: Just wear a diaper when sleeping or resting for leakage and reflux I sleep elevated and when its real bad I will drink apple cider vinegar or take over the counter medication for it, night sweat part I just have to change sheets and everything. I also get reflux when working out or playing sports.
Asked On : Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
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reading all ur details i came to conclusion that u need some ayurvedic treatment because in modern i dont think that it is treatable so many patients with this problem came to me and only with ayurvedic medicine and panchkarma they are so relaxed and fully treated that they always thanks to ayurveda...

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Answered: Thu, 10 Feb 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Arif. K. Kaware's  Response
Hi friend;

first of all don't feel shy for leakage of urine;you will feel better by knowing that i have had experience to meet & treat at least 3 people and this complain though not very common it is present in few people who have sufferred bedwetting in childhood;i think i may be able to help you .As for acid reflux you can start tab-PAN-40; & tab-DOMSTAL .both 1 tablet each half an hour before breakfast & dinner & you should be fine.other problem can be discussed whenever you feel free to talk because without that it will be difficult to treat.

Answered: Wed, 9 Feb 2011
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