female, 23 years old, frequent urination during sleep time

Discussion in 'Pornography Addiction' started by Riom, Jul 12, 2018 at 11:53 AM.

  1. Riom

    Riom New Member

    Hello everyone.
    I don’t know if this is the right forum to say this.
    First of all, I am female and 23 years old
    I have been for eight months suffering form frequent urination especially during my sleep time, and it’s truly hard to empty my bladder! By the way I almost PMO everyday, and often it’s more than once a day.
    I have had urinalysis and there’s no infection .. it’s all negative and normal
    I just looked now into the internet about it and suddenly saw this forum! And I just realized might PMO is the reason and it also effects women! And when I reduce it until I stop it would that help in healing the frequent urination?
     
  2. Riom

    Riom New Member

    Oh forgot to say that, in my sleeping I usually wake up every one-two hours to urinate! This is really exhausting.
     
  3. Drstrange

    Drstrange New Member

    Do u drink a lot of alcohol?
     
  4. Riom

    Riom New Member

    No I don’t drink alcohol at all It was only two cups in my whole life!
     
  5. jack91

    jack91 Find your way throuh Staff Member

    Many guys have bladder issues with porn. Mine, thank god went away. I would say to trust your instinct and stop porn. Its likely you have other symptoms as well and body heals from toxic pressure constant MO/PORN does. Your body runs smoother without porn! Good luck. I hope you are one to succeed!
     
  6. spoofy

    spoofy Active Member

    I highly doubt it has to do with your PMO, unless maybe if you squirt.

    Sounds something more mechanical, probably muscular, maybe something along a weak pelvic floor muscles?

    And yes that high rate of PMO is no good for anyone, but imo blaming everything on PMO is a slippery slope.

    That's true mate, but it's because PMO/edging damages your prostate, which leads to urination problems.
    Females on the other hand, don't have prostates, and the most likely issue is usually UTI which she had already ruled out.
     
  7. Riom

    Riom New Member

    Does not PMO harm women’s bladder muscles?
     

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