Step 4: Read and complete the decision guide to learn more about your symptoms.
Children under the age of six, especially boys, frequently have trouble controlling their bladder at night.
Does any of the following describe your child?
He is constipated.
He is having burning with urination or urinating more frequently than usual.
) His urine looks pink or red or has a bad smell.
He is having accidents during the day as well.
He is having stomach pains.
He is having weakness in his legs or any trouble walking or running.
He is having bad headaches.
He is having staring spells, or unusual movements of his hands, arms or legs, or has been making unusual noises.
He is always thirsty, drinking much more than other children.
He has lost weight, has less energy than usual, or seems ill in any way.
- General Health
- See also
- Blacking Out, Fainting, or Loss of Consciousness
- Blood Magnesium Test
- Daytime Drowsiness
- Diffuse Muscle Weakness
- Diffuse Pain
- Fever in Adults
- Forgetfulness Memory Loss
- Helping Dry Skin
- Hot Flashes
- Itching Without Rash
- Jaundice in Adults
- Numbness or Tingling
- Positive ANA
- Positive Rheumatoid Factor
- Unexplained Weight Gain
- Unintentional Weight Loss
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