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what would be the most likely food/s that would be causing bedwetting in a 5 year old Type A child? thanks



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Is the child on the BTD or not?


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Without knowing your answer, just the problem itself, I would suggest the big culprit could be sugar and dairy
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Dr D:
.......a nightime need to urinate was
linked to changes in blood pressure as a
result of fluctuations in nitric oxide levels.
Among a myriad of other things, nitric oxide
controls peripheral vasodilation.

This lead the researchers to suggest that
physicians consider l-arginine supplementation
in nocturia patients as nitric oxide is
influenced by dietary consumption of this
amino acid -and of which peanuts are a very
good source.


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Is the child on the BTD or not?


unfortunately, no. my daughter is totally against BTD. Me thinks it might be too much trouble for her, ya know.   I'm hoping the DH stays on and if he does, I think it may be a stepping stone for her, as the 2 of them have always ganged up against me re: this 'issue'.      As I've always told them, until you try it seriously for a month, don't want to hear it.
geminisue, you could be right, they eat way too much of both. Their breakfast consists of cereal or poptarts (sometimes on this one-mostly cereal - not much dif really)  Makes me cringe when I think about it. I try NOT to as there is nothing I can do about it except for when I have them.
lola thanks for the great tip.  Since peanuts are bennies for them, I'll buy them a big jar and encourage them to eat 'em up.    (If I buy the peanuts for them, then they'll get some w/o junk. The DH bought a jar of roasted Planters which has MSG and some other junk. I had bought a jar of plain. I switched them out and he said after eating them 2 or 3 times, "dang I picked up the wrong kind". So I threw some good sea salt in there and now he just turns the jar over and salts them a bit before eating and he hasn't said another word. Keeping fingers crossed )




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I have heard that some children just don't mature neurologically until they are older, and not to worry so much about the bedwetting.   Most kids grow out of it. They may not have a big bladder capacity. It happens more in boys than girls.

The web pages I looked at said to have them urinate right before bed and not to drink fluids 2 hours before bed.

I have a friend who wet the bed into her teenage years. She has a small bladder capacity. She always has to use the bathroom.

Hope this helps,
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Mom always gave me cranberry sauce when I had this tendency...  She bought the fresh berries and made the sauce, but I don't know what all she put in it.


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Squashes and melons may be related. Dairy intolerance is a possibility, also.  Dehydration from sugar/caffiene/wheat may also be related.  Does child wake up very thirsty rather than hungry?
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Quoted from Vicki
Squashes and melons may be related. Dairy intolerance is a possibility, also.  Dehydration from sugar/caffiene/wheat may also be related.  Does child wake up very thirsty rather than hungry?


the sugar and wheat are problems. I just asked her if she'd rather have something to drink or eat when she wakes up. she said - drink.

I've also heard the theory of the small bladder. I tend to think it's related to her diet as at one time she was totally potty broke.

will keep the cranberries in mind.




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guava juice has also helped control that issue.....
http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archive7/config.pl?read=28686


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At the chiro's the other day, I noticed on his chart, that if you spine is out in the bladder area, it can cause bedwetting. Hmmmmmm......learn something new everyday.  



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