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Poll: How many times you get up at night to pee?
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None
40.57%
43 40.57%
One Time
35.85%
38 35.85%
Two Times
16.98%
18 16.98%
Three Times
1.89%
2 1.89%
Four Times
3.77%
4 3.77%
Five Times
0%
0 0%
Over Five Times
0.94%
1 0.94%
Total 106 vote(s) 100%
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How many times you get up at night to pee?
#11
At its worst, two to three times, though once was the norm. Still going once, but I'm still trying to get used to the machine after 6 weeks. I think I'm noticing gradual improvement though.
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#12
Maybe I'm odd... I almost never, ever get up to pee. I might wake up in the morning having to go quite badly, but it doesn't wake me up. Before or during CPAP.
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#13
Before CPAP, 3 to 4 times per night. With CPAP, 0. And I love it!Cool
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#14
Unless I consume mass quantities of liquid just before bed, I never get up to pee during the night. As for before the CPAP, I have no memory - it was too long ago! Dont-know
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#15
(03-11-2012, 07:23 AM)greatunclebill Wrote: mosly zero, but sometimes one. used to be one every night. for those that don't know, when you stop breathing the heart rate goes up. when the heart rate goes up so does the activity in the organs. with more organ activity urine is produced and the need to pee is felt.

That heart activity tricks the body into thinking that too much water is being produced, thus the urge to P (even though you don't really have to).
Using the ResMed Mirage SoftGel Nasal Mask with a chinstrap

I do not use either the Ramp nor the EPR Comfort features

Have been on CPAP since December 1998

This is my 3rd machine

I use the ResMed ResScan Software (Version 3.16)
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#16
Before diagnosis and CPAP fitting I usually needed to get up at least once per night, however through the years that i have used XPAP (Now 25 years) I rarely if ever need to get up.

TheDuke
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#17
What no bottle optionToo-funny

Or bedpan, what about the disabled, left out again lol
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#18
(03-14-2012, 07:33 AM)Gazby Wrote: What no bottle optionToo-funny

Or bedpan, what about the disabled, left out again lol
Pee is pee doesn't matter where does one take a leak.


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#19
Before C-pap I would wake 2 hrs after bed and pee 2-3 times I think. Now, I usually sleep til morn, then really need to go immediately. IF I take a diuretic too late, or drink too much grape juice or some such drink, then I might wake 4 hrs later once, to go .BTW, I live fairly near Sleeping Beauty Turquoise, one of my all time fav Beautiful stones. It gets hot here and I don't drink nearly enough water in the summer.
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#20
I rarely ever need to get up, before or after.
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