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I have a 9 year old that has had uti since july. She had a cystosocopy and he found blisters in her Bladder. He said it would heal. She constantly has uti the longest she has been without infection is 3 weeks. She cant control herself she wets her bed she goes through 15 panties a day. I want to know how to get her well. please help
I hope this does not come out really bad, but have you checked for sexual abuse? I have read that children who are sexually abused often wet the bed and UT infections can be from intercourse. Just thought that I would throw that out there. It could be totally off.
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