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    miranda04 posted:
    I need help please. I have a 4 year old daughter. She will be 5 in just a couple weeks. I have noticed over the last couple years she has been potty trained and for some odd reason she has been peeing on the floor in her room. I am not sure why she is doing to this or how often she does this. What I do know is that she pees rather frequently. It does not matter how much she has had to drink. She will pee at least every 30 minutes or so. I am not sure what can cause this but if anyone can please help I would really appreciate it. Please let me know something.
    momuv4girls responded:
    Has she had a full work-up from her pediatrician?

    I highly suggest you talking to her Dr. about this - it could be something medical, or it could by psychological, but starting with her pediatrician is important, as he can direct you to help.

    Take care!
    mariajohnson responded:
    Frequent urination sometimes reflects emotional tension. Punishment, criticism, or teasing also worsens the symptom.Take your child to a doctor.

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