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    Default 7.5 year old wetting bed all of a sudden

    Hi
    We had months and months of no bed wetting now all of a sudden Ds is wetting nearly every night.
    While we away on holidays (6 nights Sydney and then 4 nights at my mums holiday cabin) he didn't wet!
    It's only at home.
    Why could this be happening?

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    School coming up?

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    Uti? Is it just night?

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    Anxiety perhaps? Have there been any big changes recently or coming up?

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    Nothing I can think of other than finishing school and grade 2 coming up. But he's sooo excited about starting school.
    Wouldnt he seem unwell or complaining of pain if uti?

    It didn't happen while we were away on holidays either.

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    I think the bed wetting could be an infection without other symptoms.?? it would be worth checking with your gp. ?? Marie.

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    Is he constipated?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperGranny View Post
    I think the bed wetting could be an infection without other symptoms.?? it would be worth checking with your gp. ?? Marie.
    Ok, I'll take him...just seems odd he didn't wet on holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Is he constipated?

    Hmmm
    I don't think so
    He hasn't mentioned nothing about not being able to go / sore tummy.
    Is that a symptom?

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    It can be completely normal for kids to regress and start wetting the bed again. Even simple things like being overly tired, having a huge day which cause a real deep sleep at night.


 

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