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6 years: Bunk beds are a fun and efficient way for children to share a bedroom. Unfortunately, serious injuries have been reported with their use. Use newer beds which meet the cpsc 2000 safety standards. Guard rails should begin close to the bottom of the upper bunk and rise 5 " above the mattress. Safe use includes no jumping, pushing or horseplay on the beds and limiting the top to only one person. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
7 years: After age 7 it is not normal to continue to wet the bed. Or, if your child has been dry for a long time and suddenly starts wetting the bed there could be a problem such as a urinary tract infection. Have your child see the pediatrician to talk it over. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are possible reasons why i would wet the bed? This problem has come and gone in intervals my whole life starting at age 4. I'm 32 now.
Why am I so tired in the morning? Cant even get out of bed. Feels like I haven't slept in ages when I wake up in the morning . What is wrong?
Sleep Disorders: I agree, sleep apnea and depression are two of the reasons for non-restorative sleep, but other sleep conditions under the spectrum of sleep disorders should be entertained and as mentioned before , a consultation with a psychiatrist or primary care is necessary for further evaluation and eventually a sleep study. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When i go to bed and lay down at night, I have to go ped at least to or three times. I an 55. Is this normal for my age?
Nocturia: I assume you mean "pee" or urinate, in which case you're describing nocturia. This is a frequent occurrence in men due to prostate enlargement but can occur in women for many other reasons such as drinking fluid btwn dinner & bedtime, venous insufficiency (swelling of legs), uncontrolled diabetes, etc. Check out http://my.Clevelandclinic.Org/disorders/nocturia/hic_nocturia.Aspx. Then go see ur doc. ...Read more
Small percent: Bed wetting in children is quite common. 5-6 years of age 20-25 % of children still bed wetting, and of those that bed wet 20% plus stop on their own every year. There are some things that can help including medicine but i would talk with your pediatrician so they can find what if anything can be done for your child. ...Read more
Yes it is: Urinary incontinence after childhood is abnoraml and requires a detailed check to find the cause. You should go see a dioctor so that he/sghe can check your urine for for bladder or kidney infection and also look for any other cause especially any emotional disturbances causing you this problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should get 9hrs : The bedtime is not quite as important as the amount of sleep. A teen who is still growing or is very active physically should get 9 or more hours of sleep /day. After growth has stopped (final height) they can sometimes get by with eight. Less sleep leads to poor school performance & occasional sleep disturbances. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If she falls asleep: on her own in her own room at a consistent bedtime after cuddling, reading & brushing her teeth, sleeps through the night, is not toilet-training or experiencing a major life-change & shows interest in having a " big-girl bed", try it between 18 mos.-3 yrs. Some parents put the mattress on the floor at first. She can use her crib blanket & stuffed animals to make her own "nest." Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi . I had a practice of humping on bed and ejaculating from past 15 years. I'm aged 28 now . Should i worry anything about my sexual life?
Sexual life: Although this works for you, it may be an activity a sexual partner may not accept. It all depends on your future plans.All the best. ...Read more
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