Feeling of peeing in pants

Postby Lolle » Tue Mar 08, 2005 5:27 pm

Hi! I'm having anxiety attacks. Usually when I'm about to go into a public place, for example bars, public transportation etc.. the panic attack starts with the feeling of having to go to the toilet, although I might have been there just a minute before. Already the thought that I might get the nasty feeling again doesn't allow me to go out.
I was smoking weed, but quit this about 2 months ago because I realised this may have been influential.
I'm willing to face my problem, and I'm looking for people who share this problem....
thanks...
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Postby Michael Lank » Tue Mar 08, 2005 5:37 pm

Hi Lolle,

Welcome to the Forum.

Anxiety about peeing in public places is fairly common and known as bashful bladder syndrome.

As you've realised weed can sometimes be a factor in anxiety.

You might like to have a look at the free Panic Attack Program to get a greater understanding of high anxiety and how to overcome it.
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Postby Lolle » Tue Mar 08, 2005 6:03 pm

Thanks for answering so quickly! But as I understand, the bashful bladder syndrome has to do with the inability to use public toilets.
The fear I have of is embaressing myself by peeing in my pants. I don't really have to pee, I just have the feeling, as soon as I'm in public and not able to go to a toilet in case I have to.
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Postby Rachie » Wed Mar 09, 2005 7:19 pm

I think I know wot you mean. When I was still going out quite alot I found I needed to pee alot more frequently than I usually do and an attack would often make me desperately need the loo afterwards. I think its normal to need to go to the loo though if your nervous so this is probably completely normal and just a symptom of the attack.
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Postby lynnp » Wed Mar 09, 2005 8:32 pm

iam feeling very uneasy tonight had attacks all day never had it as bad as this having scarey thoughts that maybe this is not the normal attacks .why is this happening to me
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Postby chrissy » Wed Mar 09, 2005 9:29 pm

Lolle, I have those same feelings when I am anxious. I think a lot of it is nerves too. When I'm anxious, I feel like I have to go to the loo constantly.
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Postby Lolle » Thu Mar 10, 2005 8:59 pm

HI, i am pretty sure that it has a lot to do with nerves. I am using homeopathic salts(Schuessler salt) for it, which is making me more calm in stressed situation. Which is for me even leaving my house. You can check it in the internet, but i dont know if its only in german. it is the schuessler salt number 5. good luck!!
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Postby Rob E » Tue Jul 04, 2006 6:31 pm

BINGO :shock:

This is exactly my problem to! Finally someone else with the same problem.

I feel like I need to pee as soon as the slightest hint of anything that may make me anxious. Travelling, leaving somewhere, going somewhere, any situation without a loo available is seriously scary.

Any advice?

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Postby Laur » Thu Jul 06, 2006 6:33 pm

I feel exactly the same. I felt I needed to go to the loo constantly but nothing was coming out and I was overstraining. Then the next day I will go constantly every hour with loads coming out. Really confusing and causing even more anxiety. Feel as though there is something wrong with me.
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Postby Rob E » Fri Jul 07, 2006 6:52 pm

Sounds like we have something in common. :D

Dont worry, I have a feeling we are in the right place and together we will make it through.

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Postby jurplesman » Sat Jul 08, 2006 7:51 am

I remember as a child had that problem in kinder garden. I used to wet my pants and I was punished by having to stand on a table so that all the children could see that I wet my pants. Good psychology he??

I have discussed this wee wee problem in a previous post.

Sorry I should have posted that here.
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Postby globetrotter » Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:06 am

ok i just ran into this site! i've had this problem kind of for about 2 years~! i've seen every doctor and they all thought it was prostatitis.. but there is nothing wrong.. so i'm starting to think it's this! except i feel sometimes like i'm actually pissing my self... i start to sweat soo much!!!! anyone else?
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Postby jurplesman » Tue Jul 11, 2006 3:16 am

If there is no inflammation of the urinary track, then the urge to pee is a hypoglycemic symptom that can be treated by going on a Hypoglycemic Diet.

It is the Sympathetic Nervous System (SNS) being in overdrive due to excess adrenaline production.
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Postby Rob E » Tue Jul 25, 2006 11:52 am

I read through the article and i just wanted to confirm something to you are you suggesting that i have elevated blood sugar levels and thats why im suffering from panic attacks, anxiety symptoms?

Im very diet aware and have been for many years and as far as i can see i follow this "Hypoglycemic Diet" pretty much as it is.

I have taken blood sugar test before and have always been advised they are normal.
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Postby jurplesman » Wed Jul 26, 2006 4:24 am

Rob E wrote:Im very diet aware and have been for many years and as far as i can see i follow this "Hypoglycemic Diet" pretty much as it is.

I have taken blood sugar test before and have always been advised they are normal.


Many people are "diet conscious" and yet develop Insulin Resistance.

This because there is more to " a healthy diet" than meets the eye.

Most conventional doctors may not be aware of prediabetic insulin resistance or do not know how to test for this. A test for diabetes is different form a test for hypoglycemia.

The test is described at:
Medical Test for Hypoglycemia

The best specialists in this area of medicine are Nutritional Doctor or Clinical Nutritionists.
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