All children with daytime wetting should see a doctor who has experience with children's problems. This is the most common reason for daytime wetting. Children with daytime wetting feel the urge at the last minute and may suddenly show holding postures or may 'curtsey' using their heel to stop the flow of wee. When they get to the toilet, the outlet valve may not relax fully. This stops the bladder from emptying fully. When they go back to their desk, the outlet valve will relax and wee leaks out. This leftover wee can also lead to infections.
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Daytime Wetting (Diurnal Enuresis)
This can make children suddenly feel like they have to do a wee, so they wet themselves. Stressful life events — like starting school, the birth of a new sibling, or parents separating — can make it hard for some children to focus on going to the toilet by themselves. They might accidentally wet themselves as a result.
When children are incontinent during the day, it's generally because of a functional bowel or bladder disorder. Successful treatment calls for a systematic evaluation to identify the disorder, followed by behavioral modification and medication. Strong motivation is a must. Daytime wetting past the age of continence is never normal. This age varies with the child, with most children gaining control of urine during the day before they stop wetting at night.
Some children who have daytime wetting also wet the bed. Learn more about bed-wetting. About 3 to 4 percent of children between the ages of 4 and 12 have daytime wetting. It is most common among young school-aged children. Many children who have daytime urine accidents have a parent or other relative who did, too. Other common causes of daytime wetting include:. The most important thing you can do is be patient and understanding.