That’s exactly what we mean. Of course it is possible to have an occasional episode of enuresis if you’ve had too much alcohol to drink and you pass out in your bed, but that doesn’t happen very often. Further, if you already have daytime incontinence, then the nighttime incontinence is most likely caused by the same condition. However, if you develop recurrent enuresis, even without any other symptoms at all, you should have a thorough evaluation by a urologist.
Sometimes, particularly in the early stages, underlying conditions may present with only enuresis. The likely explanation is that during the day there is a heightened sense of awareness compared to sleep. People with these problems may subconsciously begin to urinate more frequently or drink less fluid to prevent daytime incontinence.
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