Does your child experience pain or burning sensation during pee? Here we discuss some of the common painful urination causes. When a child experiences any of these symptoms, it could indicate a urinary tract infection (UTI) or an injury in the genital areas or stones, which are small masses of minerals in the urinary tract.
Bedwetting can seriously impact a child’s self-esteem and can often lead to isolation, depression and even poor grades. However, with proper planning, it is possible to motivate a child to overcome bed wetting and regain their self-esteem. Self-esteem can be a sensitive issue in children who wet the bed; this is especially true as the
A bedwetting alarm is recommended to prevent bedwetting in children. However, initially the child may hesitate in using a bedwetting alarm. The main reasons can be discomfort and inconvenience. As many bedwetting alarms are big, bulky and face difficulty to set up process, so probably your child might like to avoid its use. At night
Whether you have a bedwetting child, teen or a potty-training toddler at home, cleaning stained bedding and mattress can be challenging. Here are some helpful tips that can help make cleaning tough urine stains a bit simpler. Tip 1: To fight tough urine stains after a bedwetting event, remove all the wet bedding and wash
As a parent of bedwetter child you might think something is wrong with you or your child because he or she continues to wet the bed even at 7 or 8 years of age, while your friend’s two years old has perfectly mastered bladder control. Well, think again. You are not the only one with
Parents always have their child’s best interest at heart. So when it comes to bed-wetting, parents are often confused and stressed out about how to deal with the problem. Here are five tips to help you deal with your child’s bed-wetting in a positive and constructive way. 1. Creating a Don’t Ask,Don’t Tell Situation. Parents should always protect