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5 Bedwetting Questions for Your Pediatrician10 Views
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What causes your child to wet the bed? Check out this video to learn the top 4 causes of bed wetting. It's not your child's fault!
Description: You should take your child to the pediatrician to get more advice on bedwetting treatment and bedwetting prevention. Learn which questions you should ask in your appointment.
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If your child is wetting the bed and it worries you, make an appointment with your pediatrician so you can get answers to your pediatric bed-wetting health questions. To make sure you get the information you need come with a list of targeted questions. Here’s what I suggest you ask: 1. Does my child have an infection or an illness that’s causing bed wetting? The doctor can do blood tests to eliminate an infection or illness as the cause. If it turns out your child is simply wetting the bed because she hasn’t yet developed total bladder control, you’ll want to ask more bed-wetting health questions. 2. How long will it take for my child to stop wetting the bed? Bed wetting resolves for most kids by the age of 7; but around 10% will continue to wet the bed for longer than that. And that’s normal. 3. Should I restrict how much liquid my child drinks? Don’t risk dehydration, but eliminate drinks right before bed and all sodas with caffeine. 4. Can I teach my child to wake up and go to the bathroom during the night? If you use a moisture alarm that wakes your child at the first sign of urination, you may see many more dry nights. It’s also smart to wake your child before YOU go to bed, so she can urinate after sleeping for several hours. 5. Would you recommend absorbent underwear or pads? These are helpful for both child and parents, but should be used along with behavior modification techniques. For more answers to your bed-wetting health questions, watch the other videos in this series.