2. Urinary Tract Infection
Urinary tract infections — also known as UTIs — are more common than you may think and can actually be a prominent cause of bedwetting in adults. There are quite a few things that you should ponder if you suspect that the cause of the adult bedwetting is in fact UTI. First of all, you’ll likely notice a burning sensation whenever you void your bladder if you are in fact suffering from a urinary tract infection.
There are other symptoms that you might encounter as well such as pee that smells odd or is cloudy in appearance. Hematuria — or as most people call it, blood in pee — is another symptom that can indicate urinary tract infections. These are often easy to treat with some antibiotics so a single trip to the doctor should take care of the majority of the issue.