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What will a doctor ask about my child's bedwetting?

If you take your child to see a doctor about bedwetting, the doctor will ask questions like:

  • When did the bed-wetting start?
  • How often does it happen?
  • How much does your child drink in the daytime?
  • Does your child wake up after he or she has wet the bed?
  • Does your child poo regularly?
  • Does your child wet in the day too?

The nurse and doctor will work out with you and your family the best treatment.

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