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Old 03-31-10, 07:29 PM
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bed-wetting?

My daughter living with ADD was dry for years and then when my mother-in-law died last year she started wetting the bed again, and still wets the bed at least two or three times per week.

I don't really know what to do. All I have been doing so far is having her go to the bathroom before bed and having her strip her bed and hand me the wet stuff so that I can go wash it, while simultaneously not making a big deal about it (so as to not either give her attention for something "negative" or build on any anxiety she already may be exhibiting).

I have had her checked out for a physical cause, and her pediatrician cannot find one.
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Re: bed-wetting?

I suggest getting a bed alarm.
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Re: bed-wetting?

Kids go through bed wetting phases.

If you do a search, you will find many threads on this topic here.
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Re: bed-wetting?

What is the solution for the bedding? as bedding is really expensive here in Australia and I cannot change it again and again!
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Re: bed-wetting?

Lots of kids bed wet. It will clear up on its own. What you are doing is the right thing
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Re: bed-wetting?

I'll admit I had a few problems with that while taking a variety of different types of sleep-inducing medications together. I've kept to just Temazepam and haven't had any problems. It was that mixed some non-controlled substance ones that caused the problem.
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