So this is more of a physical connection to my dreams. I have wet the bed for as long as I can remember. I'm turning 17 in 17 days and I still wet the bed. My mother wet the bed until she was 16 and my father until he was 15, but they both said that by the time they were 13 it was only about once a month or less and it was controllable, like once they started to wet the bed they would wake up. Anyway, since I was little, my dreams would relate to wetting the bed. I think when I was little the bed wetting was a genuine issue because I had a very small bladder. But if I had to go to the bathroom, I would dream that I was looking for a bathroom. Whether I was at school or home or wherever, I would always have to be on a toilet in my dream before I wet the bed. Sometimes I would realize that I was dreaming and needed to wake up before using the bathroom but other times I was completely unaware until I was on the toilet in my dream and had already wet the bed. Now that I'm older, I do wet the bed less often, but when I do, it happens several nights in a row. For instance, last month I had gone for a while without wetting the bed, but the night after I saw my best friend for the last time before she moved, I wet the bed. I wet the bed for a week straight after that. I realized that it was odd that it happened after my best friend moved and I wondered if it is because of a sense of abandonment. But the way that my dreams correspond with bed wetting now-a-days is that I still have the dreams in which I'm looking for a bathroom. But now, once I find the bathroom and I start to wet the bed, I realize that I am dreaming but instead of stopping I figure that it's too late and I just continue to dream instead. Do you think my bed wetting problem has to do with a sense of abandonment? Or a return to my childhood? Or the fact that I'm a very deep sleeper and it's hard for me to recognize when I'm dreaming because my dreams are realistic? I know your area of expertise isn't bed wetting but I hoped you could help! Thanks!
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