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Am bed wetting, dizzy, stressed. Going to start IVF

This morning i woke up to find that i had wet the bed, this has never happened before, i also have period pains but i,m not due on. A few days ago i woke up and was very dizzy and was stumbling around (like i d had to much to drink) it lasted a few minutes then went, later that same night i was sat in bed and became very dizzy again (i put it down to the heat) but the bedwetting was the final straw, if i ever need the toilet while sleeping i always wake up, and the unine was cold so it must have happened awhile before i woke up, i am quite stressed out at the moment as next month i will be starting i.v.f.
Asked On : Fri, 17 Aug 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response had a bed wetting episode...
There can be many reasons for it...first you had a large dose of alcohol as it cause deep sleep and can cause bed wetting,,,,second you may had just a deep sleep and in due to cold weather you may have done it ,,,in that situation also you need not to worry...
Third and very important thing to notice is , that is it secondary to any seizure....
As you have mentioned you had episodes of dizziness and it happened two three times you need to consult regarding it and this matter should be resolved before conceiving as treatment can have negative effect on baby
And last it may happen during stressful period in some people..
You need to evaluate which one appear most appropriate cause for you and act accordingly
Take care
Answered: Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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