okay i have a 17 year old and he has started to pee himself 24/7 again he can not help it he had this problem until he was 13. i had to put him back into Diapers he wears pampers under jams and Pampers Diapers Size 7 and he is upset that he has to wear diapers to school now . i called the doctor and he said that he see him on February 12, 2009 the only date i could get i changed him every day we tried to stop the drinking of water at night but that did not work how do i help him during this tough time should i called a another doctor to see if he could see him ealyer please help
he can changed his own diapers to
what other good diapers for bedwetting are there and cheap
my two nephews had this problem all the way into their teens (17) It had something to do with the pituitary gland I hope I have that right. my sister was given some kind of prescription drops that were squirted in their noses each night and that took or takes care of the problem as long as she used the drops.One night she ran out of the drops so she used water instead and did not tell them it was water to see if it might be phychological and they both wet the bed. I would mention this pit gland to the doc. If he doesn’t know what you are talking about take them to some one who does. I wish I could tell you more but my sister and i are not currently speaking. you might just start looking up bed wetting and pituitary glands in male children on google. I hope this helps. Your son can not help this. Please do not take water away from him if he wets he wets. so what. better he does not get dehydrated. Sounds like he needs all the fluids he can get. good luck to you and your son.
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Are You on a Budget?
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One of the reasons parents choose cloth diapers over disposable ones is because of the effect the latter has on the earth. Landfills are full of dirty diapers that have been tossed into the garbage by families all over the world. Imagine the sheer amount that even one household can go through. If you work hard to recycle and live in other earth friendly ways, then cloth ones are probably a good match for you. You may have slightly more laundry to do when you choose this option, but you can do laundry in an environmentally friendly way as well and still stay stocked up on clean and fresh wraps.
Does Your Baby Have Sensitive Skin?
It seems there are more and more children that develop sensitive and allergy prone skin. Some of this may be due to the over use of chemicals in many products, including disposable diapers. If you notice that your baby is sensitive or develops rashes, it is a good idea to give cloth a chance. Remember to get any unusual rashes or sensitivities looked at by the pediatrician to rule out anything serious.
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Do You Want Convenience?
Even though cloth has many benefits, many people find the disposable type more convenient. It also limits the amount of laundry you have to do.
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Which disposable diapers do you feel are the best for the baby and are somewhat earth friendly. I have heard of chlorine free diapers and cotton filled instead of gel filled diapers. I have been to both stores in my areas and have not found anything but Huggies, Pampers, Luvs and Parents Choice. They don’t seem to have anthing like what I mentioned above. Is there any other diaper out there that is disposable that is better for baby and planet than the 4 above that I mentioned. You can give your opinion on the whole cloth verses disposable diaper, but I would like some honest opinions on the disposable diaper and info on any kind of biodegradable earth friendly type disposable. Thank you.
They have the environmental friendly diapers in stores with organic foods, such as Whole foods etc. You didn’t say if you are having boy or girl, the chlorine free diapers are good for the girls but I tried them with my baby boy and wasn’t very happy with them. They were leaking ALL THE TIME, he was just still wet, no matter which way I pointed his penis. My friend has a girl and she did not have this problem.
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