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URINE LEAKING IN A TRAINED 4 YEAR OLD GIRL
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An_245830 posted:
SINCE LAST WEEKEND MY DAUGHTER HAS HAS SEVERAL (AT LEAST 4) SPELLS A DAY OF WETTING HER PANTS. ONE TIME YESTERDAY SHE HAD A POOP AS WELL. SHE IS COMPLETELY TRAINED AND SHE CAN'T EXPLAIN WHY SHE DOES IT. THE BATHROOM IS READILY AVAILABLE AND SHE NORMALLY DOES NOT HAVE ACCIDENTS AT ALL. I'LL BE TAKING HER TOMORROW TO CHECK FOR A UTI BUT THIS SITUATION FEELS DIFFERENT THEN MEDICAL IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN....ANY FEELINGS OR SUGGESTIONS?
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Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
My 3 year old had a week of accidents...My pediatrician suggested that it was related to stress that week. My husband had vertigo - was flat on his back and unable to stand up.

Have you had any changes or new events lately? Kids are so perceptive - I'm always surprised about the things they pick up on!

I'm glad you're taking her to the doc today - please let us know what you find out!

Haylen
 
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2chreenekids responded:
We are experiencing the same thing with my daughter. Was this anything medical? Did it go away with time? I'm just trying to decide if I should take my daughter in to see doctor. Any extra information would be greatly appreciated.
 
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mrswhitecastle replied to 2chreenekids's response:
IMO, it's worth a trip to the doctor. It could be a UTI or constipation. A doctor would be able to help you determine if it is a medical problem.
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