Bedwetting is involuntary urination while asleep. It is otherwise known as nighttime incontinence or nocturnal enuresis. Bedwetting is not a concern in children below seven years, but if it continues beyond that age, then it needs to be treated. Certain lifestyle changes, bladder training, moisture alarms, and certain medications help reduce bedwetting.
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Query: Hi doctor,My daughter was doing bedwetting intermittently. She did it again and again before three months. She had done once during winter and rainy season. Is this fine? I am confused as my child gets nervous when I plan to see a doctor. Do I need to take her to a doctor? Any other tests to be take... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. On considering the age of the child and a rare frequency of bedwetting, there is nothing to be concerned. You can follow these measures. Keep your child away from negative influences and keep her away from people shouting or stressing the child. Have a bedwetting alarm ... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor, My son is 4 years old. I know he is still too young, but when he is not feeling well or he is tired, he gets very deep sleep and he urinates himself- basically, he is bedwetting. Well, I have to admit that I was bedwetting till I was 14 years old, my father also was bedwetting when he... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. There is no co-relation between bedwetting and temperature. So do not worry about that. Also as regards to bedwetting, make it a point for the child to empty the bladder before going to bed. Also, you can wake up the child in the middle of the night if you find out that... Read Full »