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    12-04-2012, 09:05 PM
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Yearling
Lol that is great! I was talking to my grandmother earlier about it. She informed me that when I was my daughters age, that I had to have a balloon inserted into my bladder. I wonder if things like that are hereditary? I'll be sure to mention it to her doctor on Thursday.
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    12-05-2012, 12:14 AM
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As this is outside of her normal behavior it's either physical or mental health related. I think she needs to see a Dr.


Side note, related to the comment about the ex who wet the bed. I've had 18 year old foster kids who still wet the bed because of the amount of abuse they have been through. Sleep is when we let go of our controls and thoughts, and if you have been through enough in life, it can still happen as an adult. Not really much of a laughing matter though.
     
    12-05-2012, 12:38 AM
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Trained
Oh holy cow Reno I cried laughing at your post!!
I could just see me coming up with something like that and E responding the same way!!!

OOTL, that may be it!

I was also thinking about... Is she OCD in any way? Sometimes kids that are that way hold it. They can't help suppressing the need until the last moment. Fear of disrupting class, stopping work, asking to go in front of people?

DD is taking after me and I'm terrified. Was going to start a thread about it. Mine is holding her BM's and either having accidents or not wiping well enough, or tracking. I've taken her to the DR because she is making herself sick over it, belly aches, dizziness etc. I'll start a thread on that later, but that could be the cause... (She's like me in the OCD department but I've never held my BMs, Mmm k!!)

Hope the DR can help! Let us know how it goes!!
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    12-10-2012, 07:52 AM
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After the docs appt., he said she was healthy, and we pretty much have to re potty train her. He diesnt think its physical because she only does it during the day and not at night. We have to take her to the bathroom every 30 minutes. And the school has to take her once an hour. He said by the end of the year she should regain better bladder control. We can only hope!
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    12-10-2012, 10:14 AM
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Trained
I am glad to hear there is nothing wrong with her.

Good luck!
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