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Bed Wetting: How to help your child

Swapna Nair, Parent Child Therapist


Jul 27, 2017 | 5 : 00 PM to 6 : 00 PM

Bed wetting or nocturnal enuresis – as it is known medically – is a condition where in the child unintentionally passes urine while sleeping. The child who is wetting the bed in the night needs more emotional support from parents, and not the nagging, as the child has not yet gained night time bladder control resulting in wetting during night.  



But do you really know that bed wetting is not your child’s fault?



Consider this: Your child goes off to the bed completely dry but when he or she wakes up in the morning the sheets and clothes are wet. But he or she is clueless. And you feel that he or she is lying. But he is not lying. Bed wetting is a lack of bladder control during sleep and your child won’t even know that the bladder is full and needs to be empty before it spills and wet the sheets and clothes.  



So how do you put a stop to it?  



Since it is not your child’s fault doesn’t mean that there is nothing you can do about it. It simply means that you need to be a smart parent and help your child in staying dry during the night.  Your child needs your support and guidance at this time and you can help him or her by setting up bed wetting alarms, ensuring the reduced amount of liquid as the day progresses and a visit to the washroom before hitting the bed.



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Hi My child is 6 years old. He does bedwetting at night.Inspite of all my efforts, there is no posit....

Hi My child is 6 years old. He does bedwetting at night.Inspite of all my efforts, there is no positive result.What should I do?

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dO NOT WORRY. IT IS A TREATABLE CONDITION. mOST CHILDREN ALSO OUT GROW. 2017-07-27 17:00:25
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What you can do: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. 2017-07-27 17:01:24
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Do not randomly wake up children to use the bathroom as it disturbs their sleep. If nothing works, then there are moisture alarms available online for children. These alarms will wake up the children when it detects moisture. You can then help the child to go to the bathroom and clean up the bed. 2017-07-27 17:02:05
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Keep a poster of the urinary system in her room. Explain to her 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. So before he sleeps he can tell his brain to wake him up when he feels the urge (make this like a game). 2017-07-27 17:02:39
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Ask your child to drink throughout the day. Some children do not drink in school so they come home and drink up a lot of water. 2017-07-27 17:02:53
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Dehydration and constipation can trigger bed wetting too. If you notice that your child isn't having a daily bowel movement or if his stool is typically hard, increase his fluid and fibre intake. Apple juice, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are all good options to help ease constipation and get the system working better again. 9. Boys have this more than girls 2017-07-27 17:03:18
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Consider adding a positive incentive, which can work on a subconscious level, to help your child end bedwetting. For instance, make a grid chart or use a calendar, and give your child a sticker (like a shiny star or a happy face) every night he stays dry. When he earns ten stickers (which might take longer for some kids, so have patience and continue to encourage them), he gets a small toy or a special treat, like a lollipop, for his progress. But remember, in the case of bedwetting, the opposite of reward is not punishment. 11. Make sure the bed has a waterproof mattress cover. Do not embarraSS OR SCOLD YOUR CHILD. IT IS NOT HIS FAULT AT ALL 2017-07-27 17:03:53
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If your child sleeps through the night in a wet bed, you might also want to ask him to help change the sheets in the morning -- doing so can help him take responsibility for the bedwetting. Even if the child isn't wetting the bed on purpose, he's still aware of his accidents when he wakes up. Helping change the sheets can make him feel part of the solution rather than the problem. 2017-07-27 17:04:18
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Relax, stay calm. It is important for your child that you do not make him feel guilty 2017-07-27 17:05:13
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Also make sure that all is ok at home and school. often some kind of stress can trigger bedwetting. 2017-07-27 17:05:36
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My daughter is 2.5years old. She doesnt tell for susu or potty even in day.. suggest me a solution f....

My daughter is 2.5years old. She doesnt tell for susu or potty even in day.. suggest me a solution for this..

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First make sure that she is ready to be toilet trained. Is she able to understand your questions or commands in general? Does she have a schdule for feeding bathing and passing stool? can she sit on the potty ? 2017-07-27 17:08:00
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Toddlers learn by imitation, and watching you use the bathroom is a natural first step. When talking about body parts, it's important to be accurate. This means that you’ll want to train your child in the morning and afternoon for a few hours at home. Let him eat, drink and play as normal, but every 15 minutes put him on the potty. At the end of a session, revert back to a diaper or pull-up and go on with your day. When you get home, have another session. On the third day, go for an all-day session. Start by letting her know that the potty chair is her very own. 2017-07-27 17:08:05
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You can personalize it by writing her name on it or letting her decorate it with stickers. Then have her try sitting on it with her clothes on. After she's practiced this way for a week or so, you can suggest she try it with her pants down. If she seems at all resistant, avoid the temptation to pressure her. That will only set up a power struggle that could derail the entire process. If your child has a favorite doll or stuffed animal, try using it for potty demonstrations. Most children enjoy watching their favorite toy go through the motions, and may learn more this way than from you telling them what to do. 2017-07-27 17:08:19
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Stickers, stamps on the hand, bubbles or a lollipop are all good potty prizes. Each time your child uses the potty correctly, sing his praises. Ask relatives to fuss over him, too. 2017-07-27 17:08:35
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Hi Swapna, Exactly by what age does the child stops wetting the bed? Please explain...

Hi Swapna, Exactly by what age does the child stops wetting the bed? Please explain...

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Normally by 5 children develop good bladder control. About 15 % of children tend to have bedwetting till the age of 10 or 11 max. 2017-07-27 17:10:03
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If the older child is wetting the bed then what could be the reason? 2017-07-27 17:10:40
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If there are some medical issues /neurological/psychological issues bedwetting can extend for a few more years till they are in their teens 2017-07-27 17:10:52
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What is the age 2017-07-27 17:11:03
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ok When you say neurological and psychological issues you mean what? Death or a birth in the family can also trigger it 2017-07-27 17:11:39
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and gender of child? 2017-07-27 17:11:45
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Death or birth are life events that can affectthe child psychologically. But there is nothing to be worried. They will outgrow 2017-07-27 17:12:19
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I have a daughter who is around 11 and I recently lost my husband 2017-07-27 17:12:21
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Oh I am so so sorry Hina.Your daughter would have been so attached to him. So please be supportive. Talk to her a lot. make her vent out the feelings. 2017-07-27 17:13:06
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I am really stressed about her wetting the bed as I live in a joint family and with husband no more I don't have any support as well 2017-07-27 17:13:12
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It is only a temporary condition. Do not nag or embarrass her. 2017-07-27 17:13:29
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No I don't nag her or embarrass her because at the end of the day it is just the two of us. But i am really worried because I need to change the sheets every morning and get to listen lot of crap from MIL> 2017-07-27 17:14:30
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Make sure the bed has a waterproof mattress cover. Lay fresh pajamas/ nightwear by your little one's bed for a quick change in the middle of the night. If your child sleeps through the night in a wet bed, you might also want to ask her to help change the sheets in the morning -- doing so can help her take responsibility for the bedwetting. Even if the child isn't wetting the bed on purpose, she's still aware of her accidents when she wakes up. Helping change the sheets can make her feel part of the solution rather than the problem. 2017-07-27 17:14:35
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Ignore your MIL. Stand by your child. make it a like a little game of yours. 2017-07-27 17:15:12
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ok thanks! Thank you so much for your valuable advice. 2017-07-27 17:15:15
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Do not worry. 2017-07-27 17:15:24
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Use a rubber sheet or the waterproof sheets you get in the pharmacy. Help her as much as you can. 2017-07-27 17:16:02
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Make sure the bed has a waterproof mattress cover. Lay fresh pajamas/ nightwear by your little one's bed for a quick change in the middle of the night. If your child sleeps through the night in a wet bed, you might also want to ask him to help change the sheets in the morning -- doing so can help him take responsibility for the bedwetting. Even if the child isn't wetting the bed on purpose, he's still aware of his accidents when he wakes up. Helping change the sheets can make him feel part of the solution rather than the problem. 2017-07-27 17:16:19
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Make sure she is not dehydrated or constipated. constipatiuon can also trigger. If so add a lot of fibre in the diet 2017-07-27 17:16:46
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Take your daughter out on weekends. talk about her father. Share memories. laugh at the good ones. Slowly she will release her pent up emotions. 2017-07-27 17:17:39
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Time alone will heal. Give her a year to grieve. gradually she will get over the worst phase. 2017-07-27 17:18:18
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Hi, Is wetting clothes during the day and bed wetting co-related? Or is there some other reason for....

Hi, Is wetting clothes during the day and bed wetting co-related? Or is there some other reason for it? Pleas help.

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How old is the child? Bed wetting in the day can be due to poor toilet training. bedwetting signifies involuntary urination, be it day or night. 2017-07-27 17:19:54
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he is 8 years old. 2017-07-27 17:20:12
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And no he is not wetting the bed but the leakage is happening in the clothes. 2017-07-27 17:20:39
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He must be hesitating to ask for permission till the last minute. it happens in school 2017-07-27 17:21:04
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He always have a slight leakage in his pants and underpants 2017-07-27 17:21:08
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He must be feeling shy. Teach him that it is normal. 2017-07-27 17:21:19
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Have you observed how he urinates? Does he zip up before completing it properly? 2017-07-27 17:21:48
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yes and at home as well. He gets so busy with his play that he forgets to pee. Also when we ask him to go to the loo to pee he will say he doesnt want to pee now. 2017-07-27 17:22:07
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So he is just holding back. 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 2017-07-27 17:23:00
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No he completes the act and then zips up but there is a spillage in his clothes which I feel is because he holds it till the last minute 2017-07-27 17:23:18
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Teach himthe consequences like urinary infection etc. At home yo ucan remind him. Keep a checklist in his pencil box. Draw a blue coloured star to remindthat he has to use the toilet. 2017-07-27 17:23:48
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Use reward and incentives if he urinates properly and on time. Keep a piggy bank and give a rupee. He will be thrilled to see the bank getting heavier. Appreciate when he does properly 2017-07-27 17:24:34
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ok! I have tried setting a reminder in my husband's phone as he works from home and I am a working mom. But nothing seems to help 2017-07-27 17:24:50
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He is fine for few days and then again back to this 2017-07-27 17:25:12
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So just keep repeating the reminders and incentives. He will get used to it 2017-07-27 17:25:37
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Ask your husband to call him along when he goes. Often boys love to imitate their father. Take his help 2017-07-27 17:26:12
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Ok thank you Swapnaji. I hope with your advice I am able to make him understand the importance of peeing correctly 2017-07-27 17:26:26
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Ya keep a poster as reminder! 2017-07-27 17:26:39
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welcome 2017-07-27 17:26:42
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My 8 year old manages to stay dry during the night but manages to wet his pants during the day. Does....

My 8 year old manages to stay dry during the night but manages to wet his pants during the day. Does he have some problem? He doesn't drink much water -- not that he doesn't drink at all. please help.

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Dehydration and constipation can trigger 2017-07-27 17:27:26
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He must not be asking permission to go to the toilet in school. He must be holding back till the last minute. This happens atthis age group. They feel a little shy or they are too busy andthink they can control 2017-07-27 17:28:19
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So what is the best solution for this 2017-07-27 17:28:52
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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. Keep a poster in his room as a reminder. Teach him the consequences too like urinary infection which can lead to circumcision 2017-07-27 17:29:11
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Keep a blue coloured star in his pencil box, paste one inside his bag to remind him in school 2017-07-27 17:29:51
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Oh ok and this circumcision whatever it is -- is it serious 2017-07-27 17:29:55
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Not at all. It is just the removal of the foreskin. But children do not like surgery. 2017-07-27 17:30:25
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Do not scare him. Give him two bottles of water ans ask him to sip through the day 2017-07-27 17:30:44
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Keep a piggy bank. On days he comes dry reward with a rupee coin. This will work as a positive incentive 2017-07-27 17:31:12
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ok forget about scaring him I got scared of the word and yes I do give him a bottle for drinking 2017-07-27 17:31:24
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Oh not to worry at all. Children hate to visit docotrs, medicines and injection. Urinary infection itself is very irritating with fever , body pain etc 2017-07-27 17:32:09
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But it is like he says that he has finished the water I gave him and has refilled the bottle so how do I know whether he has actually finished the water I gave him. 2017-07-27 17:32:37
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There are lovely Youtube videos aboutthe urinary system. Als on the function of kidneys. You could educate him 2017-07-27 17:32:47
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Hmmm that sounds far better easy and interesting. thank you 2017-07-27 17:33:16
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Ya you have to trust him on that. 2017-07-27 17:33:20
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Welcome 2017-07-27 17:33:25
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my child weeps when we ask him about the reason why he did it. I think he also doesnt want to do I t....

my child weeps when we ask him about the reason why he did it. I think he also doesnt want to do I too keep a check on. but these days it is becoming regular. I am unable to think through what could be the issue please help

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There is no use asking him.It is not his fault at all. It is an invluntary action of the bladder .He has no control. Neither is he lazy so please do not stress him by asking. Instead focus o nthe solution 2017-07-27 17:34:53
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ok 2017-07-27 17:35:05
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bedwetting is more common among boys 2017-07-27 17:35:10
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Be supportive and reassuring. 2017-07-27 17:35:22
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so do i need to consult a doctor or is it fine. 2017-07-27 17:35:51
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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. Do not randomly wake up children to use the bathroom as it disturbs their sleep. 2017-07-27 17:36:03
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ok 2017-07-27 17:36:35
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You can check with the docotr to rule out any medical issues. Bed wetting does occur in children and iti s treatable. Children outgrow this pahse so you need not worry. 2017-07-27 17:36:40
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ok 2017-07-27 17:36:54
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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. So before he sleeps he can tell his brain to wake him up when he feels the urge (make this like a game). 2017-07-27 17:37:26
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Dehydration and constipation can trigger bed wetting too. If you notice that your child isn't having a daily bowel movement or if his stool is typically hard, increase his fluid and fibre intake. Apple juice, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are all good options to help ease constipation and get the system working better again. 2017-07-27 17:37:43
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Lay fresh pajamas/ nightwear by your little one's bed for a quick change in the middle of the night. If your child sleeps through the night in a wet bed, you might also want to ask him to help change the sheets in the morning -- doing so can help him take responsibility for the bedwetting. Even if the child isn't wetting the bed on purpose, he's still aware of his accidents when he wakes up. Helping change the sheets can make him feel part of the solution rather than the problem 2017-07-27 17:38:11
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Incentives work very well. keep a piggy bank. On the dry nights reward one rupee . He will be thrilled to see his bank grow. 2017-07-27 17:38:59
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How old is your child 2017-07-27 17:39:15
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hmmmm. i really liked the game idea i think its the better way of explaining things 2017-07-27 17:39:17
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3 years and 9 months 2017-07-27 17:39:33
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Oh then please do not worry. Bedwetting is not to be worried till age 5 2017-07-27 17:40:16
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ok. thabkyou swapna jee 2017-07-27 17:40:26
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Normalyy i twill stop by the age of 5. The you can educate him using videos on the urinary system and the function of kidneys later. 2017-07-27 17:41:16
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Welcome 2017-07-27 17:41:21
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just recently my child got over with the habit of bed wetting now he does it consciously at times wh....

just recently my child got over with the habit of bed wetting now he does it consciously at times when we are sitting together. He is 3.6 years old . What should we do?

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Create a Reward Chart Consider adding a positive incentive, which can work on a subconscious level, to help your child end bedwetting. For instance, make a grid chart or use a calendar, and give your child a sticker (like a shiny star or a happy face) every night he stays dry. When he earns ten stickers (which might take longer for some kids, so have patience and continue to encourage them), he gets a small toy or a special treat, like a lollipop, for his progress. But remember, in the case of bedwetting, the opposite of reward is not punishment. You could even have a piggy bank. Give him 1 rupee when he does not do it on purpose. Incentives work very well. Since he is aware of it, it would be easier to train him using incentives. Appreciate him when he is dry. make family members also appreciate his positive behaviour. 2017-07-27 17:46:32
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If I take her to restrooms she passes susu.. but she doesn't tell and does in nappy..

If I take her to restrooms she passes susu.. but she doesn't tell and does in nappy..

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I saw all your suggestions. . 2017-07-27 17:47:40
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its really helpful. . 2017-07-27 17:48:00
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Till the age of 5 it is normal. only after the age of 5 bedwetting is a problem. I think you are being very anxious. So you have to learn to be calmer and patient. Be observant. If she is predictable about her urine and stool then you can toilet train her. Or else she is not ready as yet. 2017-07-27 17:48:44
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Thank you. 2017-07-27 17:48:49
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But Swapna my daughter doesnt talk anything personally. . She even doesn't call me mama nor asj for food.. but she tells and identifies colors, shapes ,animals and its sounds too.. 2017-07-27 17:50:31
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Ys she is hardly 3. 2017-07-27 17:51:18
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By 3 she will pick up more words. keep talking to her. As long as she understand your commands like- look at the fan, clap your hands- then it is ok 2017-07-27 17:51:50
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At her age receptive language is more important. That is also the reason she is not able to tell you that she wants to urinate or pass stools 2017-07-27 17:52:29
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she drags me to place I keep her sipper and shows me that she needs water. . How many times I have tried telling her.. but she's not listening. . 2017-07-27 17:52:49
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That is wonderful. if she is able to do that, yo uhave nothing to worry. When she drags you, explain to her again and again,' oh yo uwant water, water.. Help her 2017-07-27 17:53:45
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it is a problem in school. . 2017-07-27 17:53:49
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Pre school is it not? Let it be. Once she starts nursery and she has not improved then see a doctor 2017-07-27 17:54:34
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ok.. tqsm.. 2017-07-27 17:55:45
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welcome. relax. keep talking a lot to her and appreciate her a lot when she speaks or tries out words. 2017-07-27 17:56:10
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even while feeding her she cries if she needs water. . 2017-07-27 17:56:28
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So she is expressing something. Be patient. 2017-07-27 17:56:51
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When she cries keep asking what she wants. Ignore her cries. let her attempt 2017-07-27 17:57:27
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But do nto be harsh, be kindand gentle. If you get stressed she will delay her speech 2017-07-27 17:57:49
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she will happy to learn anything new like new words.. she tells hippopotamus. . but not water or even anything substitute. . 2017-07-27 17:58:22
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each child has her pace. Encourage when she utters a word. 2017-07-27 17:58:25
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Ok she has her own way. She knows you give her more attention- negaitve too- so she plays up to you. 2017-07-27 17:58:58
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hello Swapna ji my child had a urine infection because of bedwetting she also has the habit of drink....

hello Swapna ji my child had a urine infection because of bedwetting she also has the habit of drinking too much water seeing her grand parents...my doctor told to let her wear diapers even at night..I dont want to let her wear diaper at nights too please advise

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You can see that she does not drink liquids one hour before bed time. 2017-07-27 17:42:24
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Keep a poster of the urinary system in herroom. Explain to her 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. So before she sleeps she can tell her brain to wake her up when she feels the urge (make this like a game). 6. Before she goes to sleep -Teach her 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., children outgrow bedwetting.so do not worry 2017-07-27 17:43:49
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How old is your child? 2017-07-27 17:44:01
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Hi Swapna, Do you think moisture alarms helps a child to wake up and visit the washroom in the nigh....

Hi Swapna, Do you think moisture alarms helps a child to wake up and visit the washroom in the night? My son is 11 years old and still wets the bed at times. However, I have a noticed a pattern to it -- his bed is wet when he's had a stressed evening, a troubled day or when he has performed below his own expectations in his class tests. So how can I help him please help me.

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Yes such alarms work well. 2017-07-27 17:59:56
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Create a Reward Chart Consider adding a positive incentive, which can work on a subconscious level, to help your child end bedwetting. For instance, make a grid chart or use a calendar, and give your child a sticker (like a shiny star or a happy face) every night he stays dry. When he earns ten stickers (which might take longer for some kids, so have patience and continue to encourage them), he gets a small toy or a special treat, like a lollipop, for his progress. But remember, in the case of bedwetting, the opposite of reward is not punishment. 2017-07-27 18:00:12
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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. So 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. 2017-07-27 18:01:02

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