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Step 4: Read and complete the decision guide to learn more about your symptoms.

Bed-Wetting

You answered that your child has been dry at night for several months or years and recently has started to wet the bed again. Children who stay dry at night for months or years and then begin to wet the bed again may have an illness.

Do any of these statements describe your child?

  • He has a fever (a temperature of 100.4 F or 38 C or greater).

  • He has to urinate more often than usual.

  • He says it hurts or burns when he urinates.

  • His urine smells strong, funny, or bad.

  • His urine looks pink or red.

  • He is complaining of pain below his belly button or in his lower back.

Yes, at least one of those statements describes my child.

No, none of those statements describe my child.

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