bed wetting


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Translations
énurésie nocturne

bed wetting

n enuresis f (form), (el) orinarse en la cama, (el) mojar la cama
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Host Lorraine Kelly certainly didn't hold back when it came to Charlotte's bed wetting, according to those who had tuned in.
My youngest, while gaining man of the match for his miraculous save in an under-7s footy game, is struggling with night-time bed wetting, which means he wakes up most mornings in tears.
A remote control facilitates using the DryBuddy bed wetting alarm system.
Liverpool Crown Court heard the couple, who were getting divorced, argued in the moment before Mrs Clinton's death with her calling her husband a drunk and mocking his bed wetting and small manhood.
With any kind of certificate at this point being a dream and sleepless nights, bed wetting, anxious tears and countless playground disputes the norm, I was forced to challenge my own desires to teach Charlie the skills to function in a mainstream setting and embrace his need for an education within a specified unit designed to meet his autistic social and communication needs.
This fails to occur in kids with bed wetting problem so the child continues to produce significant urine volume during the night and fill the bladder," Rage said.
Medical Justice, which sends doctors to the centres, said more than half of the children in the 141 cases it had looked at since April 2004 suffered psychological harm, with symptoms including bed wetting, loss of bowel control, heightened anxiety and food refusal.
It does not cure bed wetting, but may temporarily help in situations like sleepovers and summer camp.
But around 20 per cent of five-year-olds have trouble with bed wetting, and it's still a problem for around three per cent of 15-year-olds.
This is undoubtedly what caused Sean's bed wetting incident.
This is known as 'secondary nocturnal enuresis', to distinguish from bed wetting where the child has never had full control.
A combination of disruptive behaviour and bed wetting resulted in us being rehoused five times while we were in Aldeburgh, so when Dunkirk came we found ourselves re-evacuated to Leek Wootton between Kenilworth and Warwick, staying there for most of the war, then moving on to Wolston, between Rugby and Coventry, where our mother joined us and we lived in the bottom half of a Coventry tram until 1945.