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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyTue Aug 18, 2015 11:13 am

Taking grandchildren out to Devonport Park for picnic lunch.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyWed Aug 19, 2015 1:53 pm

After a couple of days spent snorkelling I now have mild vertigo again, have to buy some decent ear plugs.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyWed Aug 19, 2015 2:10 pm

Spooky. Spent last week snorkelling and mrs tooks kids to Demport park yesterday for a picnic.

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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyWed Aug 19, 2015 4:25 pm

5 days off from tomorrow, and it's going to piss down every day. Great. I love British the summer.
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Been to the gym today. Enjoy playing cricket and football with wife and grandson yesterday at Devonport Park
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyThu Aug 20, 2015 11:26 am

Making pasties today.
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Been helping youngest son decorate his hall and stairwell,
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyThu Aug 20, 2015 11:11 pm

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Making pasties today.


How many?
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyFri Aug 21, 2015 9:28 am

Today agenda, drop wife at Morrison's visit sister, visit youngest son, pick up wife from Morrison, home to wait for the two little darling to arrive for the day. Maybe able to go to the gym later.
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Making pasties today.


How many?

Just 20.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyFri Aug 21, 2015 10:16 pm

In the last twelve months or so, it has come to my attention that I'm having to get up in the night for a piss with alarming regularity. What is more annoying is that I don't have any sort of urgent call of nature situation during the day. But I could almost put my mortgage on the fact that I will wake usually between 3 and 4am needing a wee. Now don't get me wrong, I don't think it's a diabetes thing - I'm not dying of thirst and pissing like a shire horse constantly etc. It's just that one solitary necessity of getting up in the middle of the night that's leaving me mildly miffed.

The main reason I raise this point is that I saw an advert today for these...

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Now they ain't cheap. £20 for a three-a-day 20 day supply. But I'm seriously considering giving them a go to see if they work.

Any other 40-plus ATDers tried them? Or have any suggestions? (Other than the obvious 'don't drink in the evenings')

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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyFri Aug 21, 2015 10:25 pm

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In the last twelve months or so, it has come to my attention that I'm having to get up in the night for a piss with alarming regularity. What is more annoying is that I don't have any sort of urgent call of nature situation during the day. But I could almost put my mortgage on the fact that I will wake usually between 3 and 4am needing a wee. Now don't get me wrong, I don't think it's a diabetes thing - I'm not dying of thirst and pissing like a shire horse constantly etc. It's just that one solitary necessity of getting up in the middle of the night that's leaving me mildly miffed.

The main reason I raise this point is that I saw an advert today for these...

http://www.boots.com/en/Urostemol-Men-Capsules-60-capsules-Exclusive-to-Boots_1732495/

Now they ain't cheap. £20 for a three-a-day 20 day supply. But I'm seriously considering giving them a go to see if they work.

Any other 40-plus ATDers tried them? Or have any suggestions? (Other than the obvious 'don't drink in the evenings')


It's bladder cancer and I think you're going to die. I have the same and haven't got long left.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyFri Aug 21, 2015 10:41 pm

Most older men have an enlarging prostate that causes those night time symptoms. It's common. Go to your GP, get a PSA blood test and a digital exam  affraid  to check out for worse prostate scenarios. If an enlarged prostate is suspected and maybe felt during the exam, there is a prescription drug that can be effective apparently, but it takes a while to have effect and does have side effects.
Oh, and don't drink in the evening. Very Happy Alcohol, caffeine can irritate the situation.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyFri Aug 21, 2015 10:56 pm

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Czarcasm wrote:
In the last twelve months or so, it has come to my attention that I'm having to get up in the night for a piss with alarming regularity. What is more annoying is that I don't have any sort of urgent call of nature situation during the day. But I could almost put my mortgage on the fact that I will wake usually between 3 and 4am needing a wee. Now don't get me wrong, I don't think it's a diabetes thing - I'm not dying of thirst and pissing like a shire horse constantly etc. It's just that one solitary necessity of getting up in the middle of the night that's leaving me mildly miffed.

The main reason I raise this point is that I saw an advert today for these...

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Now they ain't cheap. £20 for a three-a-day 20 day supply. But I'm seriously considering giving them a go to see if they work.

Any other 40-plus ATDers tried them? Or have any suggestions? (Other than the obvious 'don't drink in the evenings')


It's bladder cancer and I think you're going to die. I have the same and haven't got long left.


The final flounce.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptySat Aug 22, 2015 11:03 am

John Hawkins wrote:
Most older men have an enlarging prostate that causes those night time symptoms. It's common. Go to your GP, get a PSA blood test and a digital exam  affraid  to check out for worse prostate scenarios. If an enlarged prostate is suspected and maybe felt during the exam, there is a prescription drug that can be effective apparently, but it takes a while to have effect and does have side effects.
Oh, and don't drink in the evening. Very Happy  Alcohol, caffeine can irritate the situation.

Duly noted, Mr H. Thanks/OK

In other news I'm off to the pub shortly for a spot of lunch and a few Aspalls Suffolk Ciders.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptySat Aug 22, 2015 11:31 am

Czarcasm wrote:
In the last twelve months or so, it has come to my attention that I'm having to get up in the night for a piss with alarming regularity. What is more annoying is that I don't have any sort of urgent call of nature situation during the day. But I could almost put my mortgage on the fact that I will wake usually between 3 and 4am needing a wee. Now don't get me wrong, I don't think it's a diabetes thing - I'm not dying of thirst and pissing like a shire horse constantly etc. It's just that one solitary necessity of getting up in the middle of the night that's leaving me mildly miffed.

The main reason I raise this point is that I saw an advert today for these...

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Now they ain't cheap. £20 for a three-a-day 20 day supply. But I'm seriously considering giving them a go to see if they work.

Any other 40-plus ATDers tried them? Or have any suggestions? (Other than the obvious 'don't drink in the evenings')


I think its an age thing bhey, just lately i've started to go for two pisses a night!! i went to the well man clinic at the health centre had blood pressure cholestral weight diet bloodtest etc everything was fine, when i mentioned the pissing saga all the nurse said was dont drink before you go to bed, but it makes no difference! its a small thing on the grand scale of things but still a pain in the arse.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptySat Aug 22, 2015 11:54 am

John Hawkins wrote:
Most older men have an enlarging prostate that causes those night time symptoms. It's common. Go to your GP, get a PSA blood test and a digital exam  affraid  to check out for worse prostate scenarios. If an enlarged prostate is suspected and maybe felt during the exam, there is a prescription drug that can be effective apparently, but it takes a while to have effect and does have side effects.
Oh, and don't drink in the evening. Very Happy  Alcohol, caffeine can irritate the situation.

I agree with John, go to your GP.
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptySun Aug 23, 2015 3:27 pm

Just logged on using my new ASUS notebook. I don't drink alcohol but still need to get up in the night! How long have I got left because my son wants my new notebook
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptySun Aug 23, 2015 3:37 pm

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Just logged on using my new ASUS notebook. I don't drink alcohol but still need to get up in the night! How long have I got left because my son wants my new notebook




We did hear you first time..... confused .
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptySun Aug 23, 2015 3:51 pm

ive just deleted the repeated post Tony
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ive just deleted the repeated post Tony
Having snags with some screentouch on the booknote. Son is still hovering! popcorn
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PostSubject: Re: Peggy's Mundane Thread   Peggy's Mundane Thread - Page 37 EmptyMon Aug 24, 2015 8:46 pm

This pissing in the night issue is quite interesting, my last drink is about 16-30hrs but I'm still up between 3 and 4 for one, Thursday night I had my nightly one, got back in bed and out again in 30 mins when one if them flexible water supply pipes broke off, flooded the fecking bathroom and it was mopping and more pissing for the rest of the night !
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