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#1 Chris Townsend

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Posted 30 January 2011 - 08:42 PM

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Hi. I've been suffering with ibs-d for 3 years and I was wondering if this was a common thing. Pretty much every night I am incontinent and I don't wake up untill of course it's too late. This happens sometimes once or twice a night sometimes 5 or more. Right now I've pretty much given up on sleeping... I just don't want to #### myself anymore. Does this happen to any other sufferers? Any ideas?Chris


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#2 Iknowthetruth

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 09:18 AM

It would be my advice to eat larger meals for breakfast and lunch, and then a smaller meal for dinner and no snacks later on. If your meals are all out of you by the time you go to bed, then it stands to reason that your incontinence will lessen.

#3 PeterAlex

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Posted 31 January 2011 - 05:18 PM

I find I have to eat at least two hours before going to bed preferably three and that helps and be careful no dairy or high fibre at night I also find if something stressful has happned it makes the problem worse andI dont have any hot drinks before bed time or I have an incontince problem too. Hope this helps





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