When is Bedwetting a Health Problem?

When is bed wetting a health problem?

Sara Collins, a pediatrics nurse practitioner for Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield Center, provides the answer to that question in a recent column in the Marshfield News Herald.

Involuntary wetting or voiding dysfunction is an abnormal urination pattern for your child’s age. Voiding problems normally are not behavioral.

According to Collins, seeing a medical professional can help improve involuntary wetting sooner than your child will outgrow it. She adds that voiding dysfunction can be a sign of more serious health problems that require treatment by other medical specialists.

Read the complete article here.

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