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Luna

Registered: Sept 8, 2013
Posts: 2
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Hello everyone.  I'm new on here and am so glad to have found this forum.  I've noticed that my OAB symptoms are worse when I sit down, has anyone else experienced this? 
Victoria189

Registered: May 24, 2013
Posts: 37
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I find when you can go upto 70 times a day I'm better off moving and pottering around. Even through the night lying down irritates my bladder more.

Hope your flare settles soon.
Luna

Registered: Sept 8, 2013
Posts: 2
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My symptoms are troublesome at night too as it's hard to relax and fall asleep when you know you are going to have to get up in a minute to go to the loo.  I wondered if the fact that I'm going through the menopause has triggered this condition in me?
Lulu

Registered: June 7, 2004
Posts: 209
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I always want to go, the feeling never leaves me, I find it "easier" in the day as I can distract my self, the same as Vicki I potter about, the night is worse as even when I do sleep I don't rest properly as I keep waking up to use the loo. Its a nightmare. When I was in my flare one of the worse things was not sleeping because as well as the frequency I had the burning agony to cope with as well.
The menopause didn't affect my condition I was no worse or no better going through it.

Sharon23x

Registered: Jan 18
Posts: 6
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For me situation is changeable, sometimes is worse when i sit , sometimes when i stand , sometimes when i move .. [confused] [rolleyes][frown] so nothing specific .
jeananne

Registered: May 9, 2009
Posts: 175
Reply with quote  #6 
Welcome to a new member.  All of the answers you have had are right.  The bladder appears to react differently from day to day.  There was a time when I hated getting up in the morning because I was not in pain while I  was laying down.  Now even on a "good day" once I get into bed it starts. 
Rarely sleep before 2 am but I do take codeine now at bedtime.  This stops the feeling of needing the loo for a while. Some days are really great but some are too awful to bear, and I wish someone could explain why. It appears to have little relevance to what I eat or drink. Good Luck.
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