I never had a problem as a child with bed wetting but in the last six years, since my CSF has become worse, I sometimes pee the bed at night. This is apparently called Adult Nocturnal Enuresis. It used to happen maybe once every two months but this last week it happened three times! . I have also felt awful this week, more so than usual. I am having a crash after going away on vacation a few weeks ago and doing too much. Needless to say I am a bit concerned so went to my doctor. My doctor, a new one since my previous GP retired, said "keep an eye on it for a few months" and that was about it. I mentioned the CSF and asked if this could be part of it and her she me a blank look and then continued typing on her computer. I shouldn't be surprised but it is somehow still upsetting when this happens. Do any of you have this problem? I know it is part of MS and other neurological problems and I often wonder if I could have MS instead of CSF. I know there are a lot of common symptoms and that both can be difficult to diagnose. I had an MRI done three years ago in which I had some white spots in both frontal lobes but they were attributed to migraines, not that I had had many up to that point. I have had a lot since so I'm sure a new MRI would light up like a Christmas tree. I know another cause of night time bed wetting is due to an endocrine problem with the hormone ADH. If it is too low you have high urine output at night. I wanted to have this tested but my GP didn't respond to this either when I mentioned it. I am female and 48 years old. I had not taken any sleeping aids, drank alcohol or caffeine on the nights in question. My GP said I don't have a UTI so ruled that out as a possible cause. Any one else out there with this problem?