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    I'm an 18year old girl going to university in September. However, I still wet the bed and have IBS. I have been to the doctors and they think I'm getting the IBS symtpoms just due to stress of exams even though I have told them I had it before exams and last year! Therefore, I don't think I could get a GP note but I know I have IBS as if you are a sufferer it's obvious to tell. I think the wetting of the bed is on my medical notes.
    My university give out accommodation as first come first serve. I applied for accommodation a week ago but because I've applied so late (accommodation entry opened in April) I have been unable to get a room with ensuite. My first choice had to be a room where 6 people share a bathroom. I'm now really stressed because I feel as though I need an ensuite so I can sort my issues out quickly if it occurs and so no one finds out ! Do you think the university would allow me to have an ensuite room if I told them about this? I really don't think I could cope without one as I often have to rush to the loo due to my IBS and can be on there for hours
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    (Original post by Hollyh12345)
    I'm an 18year old girl going to university in September. However, I still wet the bed and have IBS. I have been to the doctors and they think I'm getting the IBS symtpoms just due to stress of exams even though I have told them I had it before exams and last year! Therefore, I don't think I could get a GP note but I know I have IBS as if you are a sufferer it's obvious to tell. I think the wetting of the bed is on my medical notes.
    My university give out accommodation as first come first serve. I applied for accommodation a week ago but because I've applied so late (accommodation entry opened in April) I have been unable to get a room with ensuite. My first choice had to be a room where 6 people share a bathroom. I'm now really stressed because I feel as though I need an ensuite so I can sort my issues out quickly if it occurs and so no one finds out ! Do you think the university would allow me to have an ensuite room if I told them about this? I really don't think I could cope without one as I often have to rush to the loo due to my IBS and can be on there for hours
    If you send a medical note in ASAP then yes you should be a priority for ensuite in halls, if they have allocated rooms now there are bound to be some people with ensuite rooms who don't make the grades or change their mind about university e.c.t
 
 
 
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