We are about on the same path (Oct 09 DaVinci, we were exchanging RT notes).
I have had, and maybe only once or twice a month, overnight floods, so I still wear a pad - beats doing the laundry at 5 am.
They have worsened a bit after RT, as has my general continence situation, but I can still put my finger on the usual suspects. For me, any of these are high risk:
- any beer or carbonated beverage the afternoon/evening before
- real spicy food (for me that is generally only Mexican) the night before
- stress - my job has some really tough days. Yesterday was one, and I was leaking like day one off the catheter by 19:00.
- oversleeping in the morning after getting called out at night. There seems to be a limit. The other morning I woke up like a shot with a good solid 8 pain in my gut, but still managed to get to the can and measure - 350ml, which is the most I've held since surgery. Ten minutes more -
I'll take a guess yours was stress -
My adjuvant IGRT journey (2010) - www.healingwell.com/community/default.aspx?f=35&m=1756808