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Baby Urination

The color of urine in a normal and healthy child is light to dark yellow, and the frequency is around every one to three hours. Urination should not accompany any discomfort; if so, it is required to consult with a pediatrician as it may be due to a urinary tract infection. Bleeding should be present with urination except in newborn girls during the first week, which is caused by the effect of hormones of the mother on the baby's uterus.

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I am worried about my 4-year-old baby as she is passing urine every hour during the night which disturbs her sleep. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor,My baby is 4 years old. She is passing urine frequently. During the night, every hour she passes urine, and her sleep gets disturbed. What should I do about this?Thank you.  Read Full »

Dr. Veerabhadrudu Kuncham

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Frequent urination in a 4-year-old child can have several possible causes, including urinary tract infections, diabetes, or even excessive fluid intake. It is important to consult with your child's pediatrician to determine the underlying cause and receive appropriate...  Read Full »

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