Thanks for sharing! I too have an 8 year old who pee's mostly during the day thought not every single day and tries harder at School than home or about...I have had to buy her clothing, wipies and take her to the bathroom 5 min after I took her the last time..Ugg! She has a well child/Sport physical on Friday ...I hope we can find some answers or solutions...her cloths are starting to smell(after a few to many times it just does not seem to wash out no matter what I use!) and I don't want her to be teased! Hugs n Blessings D
Hello! I was just reading your post and I have a 5 year old going through the same thing! except we are having trouble getting her to drink movicol which is what the pediatrian had recommended along with parachoc. Frequent urination in her pants. Very distressing as she has just started school. Teachers at her school are amazed at the amount of accidents. Its nice to know that we are not alone. thankyou!
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