mere bete ko nind me toilet ki problem he sheduld bhi bna kr time set krk utha kr toilet bhi krwati hu but koi sudhar nhi he sare madical test bhi karwaye koi problem nhi he mera beta 12 years ka he toilet problem ki wjh se wh chidchida se rhta he uske behave me bhi changes hai I can't understand... what I do.... plz help me

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mere bete ko nind me toilet ki problem he sheduld bhi bna kr time set krk utha kr toilet bhi krwati hu but koi sudhar nhi he sare madical test bhi karwaye koi problem nhi he mera beta 12 years ka he toilet problem ki wjh se wh chidchida se rhta he uske behave me bhi changes hai I can't understand... what I do.... plz help me

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Answer:
It is common and there are thousands of children facing this. So you are not alone. Boys face this problem more than girls. It is also temporary. Now he is almost entering teens so his behaviour will change. 1. It could be hereditary. 2. If there is no medical issue then try to identify the trigger: is it because he craves for attention or is there something stressful at home or school? 3. Observe for a week the time of his bed wetting. keep alarm to wake you up at intervals to check when he has bed wet. This will help you to wake him up to empty his bladder in between. make sure you help him to walk to the bathroom ad consciously empty the bladder. Teach him to empty till the last drop by breathing out deeply at least 3 times. While breathing out loudly the body will strain to push the last drop out. 4. Keep a poster of the urinary system in his room. explain to him how the kidneys work to empty the urine. 5. Explain that the brain and kidneys work together- kidney sends message to the brain. brain sends a message back. And before he sleeps he can tell his. brain to wake him up when he feels the urge (make this like a game). 6. Before he goes to sleep -Teach him to empty till the last drop by breathing out deeply at least 3 times. While breathing out loudly the body will strain to push the last drop out. 7. do not restrict giving him liquids or water because of this habit. Dehydration and constipation can trigger bed wetting too. All the best and do keep us posted. I hope this helps.

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