Enuresis or bed wetting is the involuntary passage of urine beyond the age of anticipated control that is usually 5-6 years. 15-20% of children 5 years of age wet their beds. Nearly 5% of 10 year olds will wet, and 1% of adolescents and adults contin
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Side effects of Prednisone
I have been prescribed prednisone daily to help with my asthma symptoms . I am currently taking between 40-60mg/day for almost a year. Every time I get my taper close to 20mg/day I start to have symptoms again. I am also on 800mg of theophylline/day.
Daughter wets bed even at seven. Suggest
HI my daughter will be 7 in October but wet the bed at night times. even 2 or 3 times last night it was once, I have to get her out of bed to either to go to the toilet or use the potty. She dosent drink enough during the day I always make sure she has cranberry juices in the morning. she has...
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Rash on legs, bed wetting, cough. Advise?
Hi. My son doesnt have a fever, and doesnt appear to be in any discomfort either. When he woke up this morning he appeared to have a rash on his legs. I noticed he had also wet his bed. But, I did hear him coughing this mornign, which has since subsided. Coudl the bed wetting be the culprit...
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Autism. Bed wetting. Taking carbatrol. Are they related?
My 11 year old son just started taking carbatol and he has had several urine accidents. Is that related to the medication? Will it get better as he gets used to the medication? It seems to happen at night after we give him his meds. Tomorrow we start 2 times a day and I wonder if we should...
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