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Poll: How many times you get up at night to pee?
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43 40.57%
One Time
38 35.85%
Two Times
18 16.98%
Three Times
2 1.89%
Four Times
4 3.77%
Five Times
0 0%
Over Five Times
1 0.94%
Total 106 vote(s) 100%
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How many times you get up at night to pee?
(03-14-2012, 01:57 PM)zonk Wrote:
(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.
Of course it matters, your not wetting my bedOh-jeez

Do it in your own pocket Too-funny

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99% of the time none. 1% once.
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I have just started CPAP and at present it could be up tt 4 times a night.
At 72 I thought it was just old man syndrome.
I will report how much difference it makes. - Once I get things adjusted so that the mask pressure does not go up so far it leaks and wakes up both me and my wife
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(03-15-2012, 11:04 AM)zimlich Wrote: 99% of the time none. 1% once.
same for me. Prior to cpap, 1 to 2 every night.

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Before cpap maybe once, now 0 - although on the odd occasion I may have to go but that is extremely rare)
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Once upon a time it was on the hour every hour...

Since the very first night on cpap its mostly zero but sometimes once...
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(03-11-2012, 12:52 AM)zonk Wrote: This is a poll to determine how many times you get up at night to pee since started CPAP therapy
Please add a comment how was it pre-CPAP and has it improved since starting CPAP therapy.

I used to pee 17 to 21 times a night but had things going much better or less if you will before being diagnosed with Sleep Apnea.

Now 1 to 3 times a night but still suffer from Insomnia.
I would like to know more about the stages of sleep & how Sleep apnea is affecting my sleep stages.

Still have sleep problems & chronic pane doesn't help.
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A bloke going to the doctor complaining of frequent night time urination seems more likely to get set to a urologist for investigation rather than be sent for a sleep study. Of course if the urologist works on the 'if the only tool you have is a hammer then all problems must look like a nail' principle then months of fruitless tests and investigations may well follow.

According to my doctor the diagnosis should be more like :
Frequent night time urination? ...
do you doze off at all during the day...?
have you been told that you snore?...
if yes sleep study indicated...

If no OSA at sleep study then refer to urologist.

I am aware of a number of men who were sent to a urologist by their doctor and wasted months and hundreds of dollars in not solving the problem - only to end up discovering OSA because they talked to some one else who suggested OSA.

Sorry - one of my several hobby-horses... I'll get off it now. Smile

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I ditto Moriarty. Once an hour before XPAP. Now a couple of times a month.

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Not sure but I think that before CPAP was also infrequent to pee at night.
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