Losing urine by accident is the main sign of a bladder control problem. Your child may often have wet or stained underwear—or a wet bed. Nighttime wetting is normal for many children—and is often not considered a health problem at all—especially when it runs in the family. At ages 5 and older, signs that your child may have a nighttime bladder control problem—whether due to slow physical development, an illness, or any cause—can include. If you or your child are worried about accidental wetting, talk with a health care professional. He or she can check for medical problems and offer treatment, or reassure you that your child is developing normally. In general,. If your child has symptoms of a bladder or kidney infection , or has a fever without a clear cause, see a health care professional within 24 hours. Quick treatment is important to prevent a urinary tract infection from causing more serious health problems.
What causes bedwetting?
Bedwetting is the loss of bladder control during the night. The medical term for bedwetting is nocturnal nighttime enuresis. Bedwetting is a standard developmental stage for some children. However, it can be a symptom of underlying illness or disease in adults. About 2 percent of adults experience bedwetting , which can be attributed to a variety of causes and may require treatment. Physical and psychological conditions can lead to some people having bedwetting. Common causes of children and adults having bedwetting include:.
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What is enuresis?
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Enuresis is the medical term for bedwetting during sleep. Bedwetting is fairly common among children. It is often just a stage in their development. It also is more common among boys than girls. It is not considered abnormal until your child is older and wets the bed consistently at least twice a week for 3 months or more.