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Is bed-wetting in children a sign of overactive bladder?

Overactive bladder is a cause of bed wetting for many preschool children. Children with overactive bladder urinate more than normal and may having daytime wetting accidents. Often, their bladder is just too small or makes too much urine. Daytime wetting may also be caused by a urinary tract infection or constipation.
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