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Re: Night time peeing (a.k.a. Nocturia) Rosy Crucifiction

Posted by pedr on November 15, 2009, at 12:36:55

In reply to Re: Night time peeing (a.k.a. Nocturia), posted by Rosy Crucifiction on November 14, 2009, at 10:53:26

> Prescription desmopressin will stop nocturia. If you can't convince your doc, it's available from antiaging sites. It raises vasopressin levels. High vasopressin is associated with depression, but in my experience this wasn't a problem. FYI - polyuria can be a physical symptom of depression, like fatigue can.

Wow I hadn't heard of this med, thanks. There're a few things that might not make it a good idea unfortunately. First off I take Lamictal, which seems contraindicated, secondly I play soccer late at night which will increase my thirst at bedtime and lastly I had a pyloplasty done some years ago, which, whilst successful, may preclude vasopressin use?
If this gets any worse then I will see if the doc will prescribe.
Thanks!


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