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From Marissa, Child's Age 10 - 7/14/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
We are going to be taking an extended 2 and half week vacation here this next week. We well be staying in numerous hotels/motels, what recomendations you all have for me regarding my daughter who just turned 10. she wets at night and dont wanna make a big deal of the situation for her. let me all know ideas/suggestion. thanks
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From Teil, Child's Age 15 - 7/6/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
Hi. My name is Teil and im 15, I came ot the parents area because there's not many ideas and support in the 11-20 area. Anyways, I've never wet my pants or wet the bed but a year ago or so I started wetting the bed. I tried some pills and an alarm and they didn't help. Now sometimes I am having daytime accidents too. The doctor just said for bedwetting i had no bladder problems he could see but I am having accidents during the day more and more. I wear diapers at night so i wont ruin the bed but not during the day. I don't know why I am having a bunch of accidents but I hate it. I will be concentrating on something and I'll pee my pants without knowing it. My mom said that she'll help me stop but if I can't stop then I'll have to wear diapers all the time. I hate wearing diapers period, at night even I feel like a baby who has no control over his body. Suggestions are appreciated! It would be better if you sent replies to my email address. Thank YOu!
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From Grace, Child's Age 7 - 6/23/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
My son is 7 yrs. old and still wets his pants at school during the day. I know it makes him sad that our children know he does. How can I make him stop or what should I do for him.
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From Jill, Child's Age 6 - 6/10/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
HELP --- my son is going to be 6 in one month. He is pooping in his pants.. We have tried everything -- sending him to his room -- taking away stuff ---I send him to go to the bathroom and he says he has nothing and then he will poop in his pants ---Sometimes if I stay in the bathroom with him and make him sit (read a book ) he will go -- but I cant be with him all the time - I am going crazy I don't know what to do --- ANY SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE APPRECIATED!!!! P.S. He has no issues with urinating -- does that fine and the pooping has been an ongoing problem -- sometimes it will be ok for a couple of months and then back to poop in the pants ...
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From Wendy, Child's Age 5 - 6/6/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
My son was completely potty trained since he was 4. He hadn't had an accident in his pants during the day for over a year. A few months ago he started to have accidents during the day. Now he has them everyday, and often several times a day. Only pee, he always poops in the toilet. He will still use the toilet, but he seems to prefer wetting his pants and it doesn't bother him to walk around in wet pants. It has become a big problem and very stressful. We always remind him to go to the bathroom and he certainly knows how. Yet, he continues to wet his pants. Some of his friends make fun of him for wetting his pants. We have tried rewarding him for staying dry but it doesn't seem to work. We have tried not to punish him, but it's very hard. We want him to stay dry and we hate that his friends sometimes make fun of him. He will be going to kindergaten in 3 months and we don't know what we'll do if he doesn't stop wetting his pants. We had used a bed-setting alarm and he was even staying dry through the night without the alarm for months. Now he wets at night too. He is a very healthy boy and we just don;t know what else to do for him.
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From Cheryl, Child's Age 8 & 8 - 5/29/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
An update on the twins. Twin #1 is improving faster now. 5 dry nights this week. Not using covers now just the sensor and the undies.Twin #2 is starting to notice but the diaper is still wet every morning.

From jolie, Child's Age 14 - 5/16/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I have a 14 year old stepson that still wets the bed. My problem is that I would like to have him evaluated by a physician but his father refuses. His father insists that it is "pure laziness". I try to explain to him that "Ryan's" brain doesn't send him the signal to wake up and use the restroom. My husband insists that "he should still wake up from the uncomfortable feeling of laying in his own mess!" I can see his point of view about being uncomfortable. Is it normal for a bedwetter not wake up and sleep the rest of the night in a wet bed? I also wonder if ADHD has anything to do with it? I know that "Ryan" has problem's at school, behavior and academic, I think that he should be tested for ADD, but again, my stubborn husband refuses. I would have him tested on my own if I had any parental rights, but I don't. Is there any one out there with some advice?
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From cindy, Child's Age 8 - 5/16/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I have an 8 year old son who used to always poop his pants. It was a problem for years, but one day while in the Doctors office she noticed that he just pooped his pants not even knowing it. He could not feel it. It turns out that he had a blocked up colon for years and he lost all nerve feelings in his rectum. He couldnt feel it coming out! I give him extra fiiber and mineral oil daily. Eventually he should get his feeling back in his rectum so he will be able to controll himself again.
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From Wendy, Child's Age 7 - 4/14/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I am going to write a quick success story b/c it is important for the positive. Our son had never had a dry night. At his 5th, 6th and 7th yr doctor visit we inquired and were told he will grow out of it. It was getting harder socially with sleep overs in boyscouts and bdays. We decided to give a good try ourselves and searched the internet for help. Starting Feb 1st, we started waking him 4 times a night to go to the bathroom. He would still wet in between these visits sometimes 3 times a night. He was usually too sleepy to go. We did this for a month. We were all exhausted and had 6 dry nights total. Then we purchased the Malem alarm and started the Alarm March 12th. We were amazed that starting the first night, he would awake and stop the pee with the alarm and finish in the toilet. After 10 days with the alarm, he was dry with no alarm going off. Since March 23rd, we have had one accident. We stopped using the alarm a week ago and he slept on his top bunk this week. Did he just grow out of it? Did the constant waking brake his heavy sleeping habit? We will never know but I do think the Pullups are an easy habit to get used to and none of us like doing wash constantly but maybe it helps. We invested in 3 tuck under mattress pads and layered them on the bed so after each wetting, we would take one off. It was a long 2 months but soooo worth it.
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From Cindy , Child's Age 11 - 4/11/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
Hi Sorry I didnt reply or wrote any messages here for a while. Something bad happen in the family. Well any ways I got a question maybe you can help. Our doctor didnt really give me a good answer on this, that why I am asking you. My daughter just turned 11 yrs old just to let you know. She does use the bedwetting alarm and doing so good that she has not had a accident in almost 2 weeks. So my question is when can she stop useing the alarm? She is kind of worried of what they will say in the chatroom when she tells then that she doesnt wet the bed no more. My guess is that they will tell her that she doesnt belong here no more. well I got to go.
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From Carrie, Child's Age 24 - 4/5/04 - IP#:  Click here to reply
I have a 7 yr old boy that wets the bed often, started at age 5, he has also been pooping in his pants during the day and just recently started wetting his pants during the day. He wears good nights to bed and sometimes during the day, but when he wears them during the day he seems to pee and poop even more. Its like he doesnt care. I am so frustrated with this and dont know what to do. I dont know if something is wrong with him or if he is just being lazy. The night time bed wetting It dont bother me because I know he cant help it but I really think he is just being lazy during the day. If he did have a problem during the day too, then it would be just as often when hes not wearing a goodnight. I dont know what to do because if he wears a good night he has more accidents and if he doesnt there is less my im tired of the poopy smelly laundry. What should I do? Does anyone know what causes these accidents? Hes been tested for diabetes but they said he is fine.
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