The pediatrician will analyze your child’s symptoms and clinical history, then perform a physical examination and request various tests to rule out other conditions, such as:
- Blood test.
- Urine test.
- Computed tomography.
In many cases, this disorder disappears without the need for treatment following the next indications:
- Avoid drinking liquids before going to bed.
- Avoid caffeinated beverages.
- Get the child used to urinating before going to bed.
- Encourage your child to urinate during the day at the first sign of needing to urinate.
In certain cases, the pediatrician may prescribe some temporary medications to help normalize the situation.
If the cause of bedwetting is an underlying disease, it should be treated immediately.
At the Pediatric Center, we provide specialized care to children from birth until they become adults, through our pediatric care, oncology, neurology, and cardiology services at the level of the best medical centers in the world.