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    Default Frequent peeing

    Hey guys. Just after some advice on DS. He has been going to the bathroom every 15 minutes these last few days. I thought nothing of it until his daycare mentioned it to me yesterday. There's no sight of blood, it's not murky or dark..
    I'm taking him to the doctor on Monday but I was wondering if anybody else has gone through this at all with their child?
    He's 4 years old.

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    Sounds like a UTI?

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    Took him to the GP last night and he gave a urine sample. Doesn't seem to be a UTI. He doesn't feel any pain either. They popped him on antibiotics just in case.
    Same story today though. He's still going every 15 minutes.

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    If it's not a UTI, I guess they need to work out if it's behavioural or medical? If it persists maybe see a urologist ? A continence physio may also help?
    Does he seem anxious or worried?

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    How old is your DS? Do you think it could be behavioural?
    & Is he drinking more?
    When he goes is he actually passing urine and if so is it substantial or hardly anything, etc.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    If it's not a UTI, I guess they need to work out if it's behavioural or medical? If it persists maybe see a urologist ? A continence physio may also help?
    Does he seem anxious or worried?
    I'm thinking that it's behavioural because it only started 10 days ago. He doesn't seem anxious or worried..

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    Quote Originally Posted by CodieBloom View Post
    How old is your DS? Do you think it could be behavioural?
    & Is he drinking more?
    When he goes is he actually passing urine and if so is it substantial or hardly anything, etc.?
    I went with him a few times this morning and there was nothing. It was a drop. He started wiping himself and I asked why he was wiping, there wasn't anything to wipe and his reply was "but I just did a wee. There was wee."

    I think another trip to the GP is in order tomorrow.

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    Yep I would head back to the GP! Hopefully it sorts out soon.

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    Any update op?


 

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