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He is 11 years old still he facing problem if bedwetting. In his ultrasound report bladder volume is 113 cc please help?
Family Dr. first: You need a routine urine test to begin with. Try not to drink anything after 7 P.M., and avoid caffeine and alcohol if used. Keep a wetting diary to chart fluid intake + wet & dry nights. Family dr. May feel comfortable managing the problem. Otherwise a urologist can help yopu. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a bedwetting problem I'm going to be spending a week at friend's house what can I do to keep everything dry?
"Depends": In the short term you should consider using adult diapers which can be found at most pharmacies or the drug section of box stores. If you have enough lead time you can see your doc about some medication that would reduce the process temporarily, but not all will respond to it. ...Read more
Talk w/ Pediatrician: Bed wetting is actually normal up until about the age of 12. However, if bed wetting persists beyond that age, it is time to have a discussion with your pediatrician. It may be a physical problem with the muscles that keep the bladder closed until one is ready to urinate, or it could be a psychological issue, or a combination thereof. Your pediatrician can best advise you on a course of action. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have urine problem, 30-45 minutes I have to sit for urine, also I have bedwetting problem, my urine not come in one way, its come in two position, tellme?
DDAVP (desmopressin) and ...: If your daughter has never achieved bladder control since birth (primary enuresis), she is likely to respond to ddavp(urine concentrating hormone). In case of poor response, alarm device attachable to underwear would be next treatment option which provides higher success rate. Consult your pediatrician for further details. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My age is 25. Still i had Bed wetting problem. Like once in a month or 2months. How to cure this?
Nocturnal enuresis: Bedwetting is a relative common condition in the pediatric population. In most cases, it is hereditary and self-resolves by age 11-12 yrs old. For cases that persist past age 12, I usually recommend an evaluation by a urologist. At your age, I definitely feel that such an evaluation is warranted. This type of specialist can determine whether or not you have a urinary tract problem. ...Read more
I have bed wetting problem since my childhood as I am 23 now, i had been to dr. No result, all tests were done by dr. Were fine , so please suggest me?
Bedwetting: There is an alarm devise called the nighthawk that has been successful for my patients. ...Read more
Discuss with your Dr: Worth trying an enuresis alarm for a few weeks, and/or demopressin (ddavp) which will reduce nocturnal urine production, or long acting antimuscarinic drugs to enlarge functional bladder capacity such as oxybutinin er, Detrol la, vesicare (solifenacin) etc. Imipramine works for many. Good luck. ...Read more
Not cancer related: Wetting can be due to low antidiuretic hormone production which prevents kidney from reabsorbing filtered water. This results in excessive volume of urine produced. Severely damaged kidneys can also have a problem retaining water, so called diabetes insipidus (not diabetes mellitus/sugar diabetes) which results in urine overproduction and bedwetting. Most bedwetting in kids clears up with time. ...Read more
If my 13yo daughter previously had no problems with bed wetting but has had two episodes in the last month should I do anything?
Probably yes: So-called secondary enuresis (onset of bedwetting in someone who has not been doing that for a long while) especially in a teenage is worth exploring. In girls, a common cause is a bladder infection, so a visit to the pediatrician or family doctor would be a good start. For a full physical exam, other common causes are increased stress. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a real problem w/night time bed wetting, I've been to drs.And been checked out, done every test possible and everything comes back fine. So why do I pee the bed at night?
Deep sleeper: 1% of adults may do this, you may have some pelvic muscle damage after childbirth, try keegle exercises and see a female urologist. ...Read more
He is facing problem of bed wetting. His ultrasound report shows that his bladder volume is 133 cc. Please give some advise.
Bedwetting: The majority of children will have the bedwetting resolve as they mature. Restricting fluids in the evening, avoiding all caffeine, emptying the bladder just before bed and possibly getting up to void in the night can all help. Bed wetting alarms can help, particularly at this age. Ddavp (desmopressin) is a safe medication that can be prescribed as well. Discuss with pediatrician or urologist. ...Read more
My 10 year old daughter is overweight and she snores whilesleeping. She is always disturbed while sleeping and alsohas a bed wetting problem. Do children get sleep apnea?
Sleep Apnea: About 10% children that age would snore in their sleep, but only 1-3% of snorers have obstructive sleep apnea. Possible causes are; enlarged tonsil/adenoids, obesity, genetic syndromes such as down's syndrome, family history of sleep apnea. I recommend her pediatrician evaluate to rule out apnea. Wish her well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
New bed wetting occasional pain with urination. No emotional problems no infection ultra sound shows bladder wall thickening. What should urologist do?
Urinalysis ; cysto.: Should have had a careul ; complete neurologic examination. Surely have had a urinalysis as you have had an us, however utis from gram positive bacteria can test negative on urinalysis dipstick. Cystourethroscopy (telescopic examination of urethra ; bladder) is reasonable next step. Lumbo-sacral MRI might be indicated to rule out spinal cord pathology. Urologist has likely advised accordingly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very difficult: Bedwetting (enuresis) indicates that the control mechanisms of the automatic (autonomic) nervous system are irritable. This can be induced easily by poor diet, particularly the intake of sugar. Voluntary control comes with normal maturation (i.e. Growing up) and that demands good body/brain chemistry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer