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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPopsicle View Post
    bed wetting is definitely linked. the brain isnt getting the right oxygenation to flick that physiological switch
    Where did you read about this? Thanks

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    i discussed with my lc/chn/child consultant lady who does treatments for night wetting. and the ENT (who only does paeds and is highly regarded here in Perth) who did my daughters surgery and the paed dentist we see. my boys have been day and night trained from 3yrs but my daughter has never managed to be dry at night consistently and she's not growing out of it.

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    Thank you! I will can an ENT today. My poor boy never wakes up dry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Thank you! I will can an ENT today. My poor boy never wakes up dry!
    honestly these paed surgeons are really great and they wont operate with no indications etc. Im a nurse and friends/colleagues know this ent and highly recommended him plus the paed dentist who is also a dental surgeon. bonus was i knew her anaesthetist
    hope it all gets sorted for your DS xx

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    Thank you. Based on what I have said about my son (mouth breathing, speech disorder, bed wetting, mild adhd, enlarge tonsils and adenoids), do you think surgery might be a good option? (obviously if the ENT suggests this as well!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Thank you. Based on what I have said about my son (mouth breathing, speech disorder, bed wetting, mild adhd, enlarge tonsils and adenoids), do you think surgery might be a good option? (obviously if the ENT suggests this as well!)
    we had 3 of those symptoms and chose surgery. id meet with ent and discuss risks vs benefits and go from there

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    Thank you. Based on what I have said about my son (mouth breathing, speech disorder, bed wetting, mild adhd, enlarge tonsils and adenoids), do you think surgery might be a good option? (obviously if the ENT suggests this as well!)
    Definitely.

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