Urinary incontinence is a very common condition in childhood. In children, subwetting can be observed only at night or both at night and during the day.
In healthy children, urine control during the day can be provided between the ages of 2-4 years, while the ability to hold urine at night begins dec december 3-5 15% of 5-year-olds and 1% of 15-year-olds have nocturnal urinary incontinence.
As the age progresses, some children who urinate at night, complaints decrease and disappear by themselves.
It is normal for children up to the age of four or five to wet their pants at night. After that, if he continues to wet the bottom at night, it is necessary to investigate the cause.
A doctor should be consulted to find out if there is a congenital disorder or a disease such as inflammation of the urinary tract.
Incorrect attitudes in toilet training, the early start of toilet training and the child’s failure, the child’s overreaction to urinary incontinence, the birth of a new brother, caring for his brother so that he can regain his attention, can cause the child to get wet.
Mom, stress at home or hospitalization from school, separation are also reasons to get wet nights.