The Cause Of Children Wetting When They Are Crying Or Laughing?
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Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bedwetting in medical language is called enuresis. Enuresis can occur during the day, and can also occur at night. When it is called diurnal enuresis, and when it occurs at night, precisely when sleeping, it is called nocturnal enuresis.
There are various causes of enuresis. What is clear, this is a normal condition that occurs in children under 5 years. When crying or laughing, there is an increase in pressure in the abdominal cavity that causes the bladder to compress and urine comes out. Children may also not be able to resist the urge to urinate as well as adults, and maybe he is also ashamed to urinate so that he continues to hold until finally he can not hold it anymore.
Even so, it can also be a sign of an abnormality, especially if your child did not wet before, but he wet himself often. The possibility could be due to urinary tract infections, developmental disorders, neurological disorders, and so forth.
Therefore, further investigation is needed to be able to find out the tendency of the conditions experienced by your child. For this reason, we recommend that you take your child to the pediatrician, to later explore his medical history, and do related examinations to be able to provide appropriate treatment.
Meanwhile, teach your child not to hold back defecation whether it is defecation or even small, teach him not to be embarrassed to convey to you or other adults nearby if he really wants to urinate, and reduce his fluid consumption, especially before going to sleep. So, hopefully answering your question.