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  1. #16
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    Thought I'd update this 6 months later!!
    Theres finally staff on the incontinece team!
    I saw two school nurses a few months back who were appalled by the lack of help and have ordered her incontinence nappies.
    they referred to the incontinance nurse who I saw last week, it was very helpful actually and now I'll see the paediatrician by January and it's looking like they want to try desmopressin day and night.
    I don't really want to try the bed alarm as sleep is already an issue with her autism and ADHD!
    i don't want to try the tablets just yet really, I want the bladder scan to see if she has a small or overactive bladder.

    She still wets herself all day everyday and is DRENCHED overnight
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  2. #17
    Oh that's good news. Glad you are getting some help at loooooong last!
    Ectopic in Feb 2010 - lost one tube... but a Fab Fertile Fogie nevertheless!
    Mum to K born in Dec 2011 - our little miracle who became a twinkle in the eye whilst we were about to start IVF
    A surprise BFP in July 2015 whilst waiting for a trial of Chlomid - DD2 born in March 2016


  3. #18
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    I'm glad to hear you're having some progress

    My 2nd dd had a problem with wetting at night until about a year ago (she's now nearly 13), she did it less as she got older but she would have phases of wetting at night and she also had problems during the day. She had a scan and although she has a bladder small for her age (she is small anyway) they didn't find a physical problem, said it was most likely the mechanism where one produces less wee once they are asleep hadn't fully developed. She was on tablets for a bit, they did help a fair bit and we were able to go and get a repeat prescription if she went through a rough patch again. She is out of the pj pants now but I must admit I have occasionally found wet pants (though she denies it and blames it on her younger sister).

    OH had it as well until his early teens.

    Just wanted to reassure you you're not alone x
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  4. #19
    Thank you ladies x
    its all very new to me as my eldest was totally dry in the day before aged 2 and dry at night a few months after she turned 2!!

    Sophies almost 6!
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  5. #20
    DD1 is still wet pretty much every night and she is Sophie's age, Becky... The thought of maybe going until she is 12 worries the bejeezus out of me.

    She was never that bothered about being wet in the daytime, DD2 already seems different and she is only 20 months old. DD1 was frequently wet in the day until 4.5 and I am not quite sure just how we survived Reception without too many accidents.
    Ectopic in Feb 2010 - lost one tube... but a Fab Fertile Fogie nevertheless!
    Mum to K born in Dec 2011 - our little miracle who became a twinkle in the eye whilst we were about to start IVF
    A surprise BFP in July 2015 whilst waiting for a trial of Chlomid - DD2 born in March 2016


  6. #21
    Hard work isn’t it!

    Im not bothered by the night wetting as I know she’s not even at the age they consider an ‘issue’
    although the incontinence paed said they should be dry overnight by the time they turn 5 even though guidelines say 7?
    Anyway I’m fine with that it’s just the daytime
    she’s come home wet almost every day this week, she has had a very hard week emotionally and autistically (not even a word) at school this week so wonder if that’s caused the increase, I don’t know how she’s ever wet when she’s taken to the toilet 8 times in 6 hours everyday at school!
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  7. #22
    that incontinence paed is definitely going against guidelines. They won't even refer them to the enuresis clinic til they reach 8 yrs old.
    Gemma 23 Sean 13 Leo 11 Isabella 7 Tayler 5

  8. #23
    They’re not doing anything about the night wetting, they just said they usually all should be dry by 5

    its the constant all day wetting they’re dealing with
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  9. #24
    Ooo the incontinence nurse I saw 3 weeks ago said the apt with the incontinece paed would be after January, it’s today!
    So may finally have some help today yay
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  10. #25
    Good luck for today!
    Ectopic in Feb 2010 - lost one tube... but a Fab Fertile Fogie nevertheless!
    Mum to K born in Dec 2011 - our little miracle who became a twinkle in the eye whilst we were about to start IVF
    A surprise BFP in July 2015 whilst waiting for a trial of Chlomid - DD2 born in March 2016


  11. #26
    RealLy good apt she checked for neurological or anatomy problems and has arranged a kidney scan then she’s starting on desmopressin x
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  12. #27
    Another paed just called me and sophies been referred to Urology at the big children’s hospital and starting meds for daytime wetting as well as the night 🤗
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  13. #28
    Yay!
    Ectopic in Feb 2010 - lost one tube... but a Fab Fertile Fogie nevertheless!
    Mum to K born in Dec 2011 - our little miracle who became a twinkle in the eye whilst we were about to start IVF
    A surprise BFP in July 2015 whilst waiting for a trial of Chlomid - DD2 born in March 2016


  14. #29
    Soph was diagnosed with a (very!) overactive bladder on Tuesday and she’s been given 4 incontinence products a day (3 pads for her knickers and one GIGANTIC night nappy) and she starts meds in about 2 weeks. They just need to know first if she’s dribbling all the time or just before she needs a wee. This may be hard to see as she goes for a tiny wee every 15/30/45 mins!
    Evie Mae - born 20/12/2009, 7lbs 9.5ozs, 41+4 Weeks



    Sophie Daisy - born 28/01/2012, 7lbs, 39+3 Weeks






  15. #30
    Ooh well done for persevering and getting her diagnosed. I'm so happy for you X
    Ectopic in Feb 2010 - lost one tube... but a Fab Fertile Fogie nevertheless!
    Mum to K born in Dec 2011 - our little miracle who became a twinkle in the eye whilst we were about to start IVF
    A surprise BFP in July 2015 whilst waiting for a trial of Chlomid - DD2 born in March 2016


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