For the last few weeks I've been having really bad issues with unbearable constant urge to pee, but nothing coming out, around bed time. It keeps me up till five in the morning. No matter how exhausted I am. The last few days I've had brief cramping pain in my vagina, kinda feels like the out side (to the left). Tonight has been the worst night yet, as far as the urgency to pee, so I just got out of the bath. While I was getting out there was an insane feeling of ALOT of pressure down there.
Any one else experience this? Normal? Possible preme?View Thread
About two weeks ago, only when I'm going to bed at night, I have this constant-unbearable urge to pee. But every time I go to the bathroom, little to nothing comes out! I could be dead tired, dosing in and out of sleep, but as soon as this starts, I'm up till five in the morning. This isn't just uncomfortable, or annoying. I literally can't tolerate how bad it is! Like my bladder is constantly going to explode. I end up running a bath at three every morning for some comfort/something to do. But it definitely doesn't make it go away.
Is there anything at all that can be done? Is this all normal? Ugh!View Thread
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