05-07-2020 10:50 PM
Hi everyone- new here so I'm not sure how this works...
My 13YO adopted son has always had bedwetting issues but he's lately started having daytime ones too! He's always been good, and tries hard with this, setting reminders, changing sheets, limiting fluid. He is homeschooled by me, but we had to put him in nappies for the time being. He can't change his wet ones so I have to, which is very awkward.
Anyone got some advice? I have taken him to the doctor but they said our current strategy was fine. But he's become very shy, and is always embarrassed after an accident. Plus he's so skinny that they often fall down, which can be mortifying.
05-08-2020 11:31 AM
Thanks so much for joining Reach Out and sharing what's going on for you.
I'm sorry to hear about his accidents . I'm wondering whether there's a medical explanation for this... you mentioned taking your son to the doctor so I'm guessing you've had that side of things checked out.
Might it be an idea to ask for a referral to a specialist?
05-08-2020 12:38 PM - last edited on 05-08-2020 04:23 PM by TOM-RO
I am sorry that this is happening. I am a school teacher and I would say that we see this when significant life changes happen. I would say that the Coronavirus could be something along with the distance from school.
05-08-2020 04:29 PM
@maisie_a1 you might want to consider a tele-health appointment. I think some specialists are conducting those instead of face to face appointments at the moment.
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05-22-2020 10:36 PM
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