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Nocturnal urinesis, on Nervemax, problem still persists. Suggestions?

Hello Dr. i am 28 yrs old female and currently suffering from nocturnal urinesis. My doctor has suggested me wake up in the night by keeping alarm clock and urinate. he has also suggested me to take Nerve max every night. Its been a long time now, and still if i get a very deep sleep i dont get up in the night..Please suggest me how i can get cured with this??
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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At your age nocturnal enuresis is very rare. First thing is you have to ruleout infection. Urine routine examination, urine for sugar and osmolality is necessary is advisable. Also get blood sugar examination done to rule out diabetis. Also keep a tab on your daily fluid intake. It might be possible that you are consuming excessive fluids. Few things I can advise like avoid coffee and tea after 4 in the evening. Have your dinner early. empty your bladder before going to bed. Consult your urologist for further evaluation
wishing you a speedy recovery
Answered: Sun, 29 Sep 2013
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