Health problems can sometimes cause daytime wetting, too, such as bladder or kidney infections UTIs , structural problems in the urinary tract , or nerve problems. Stresses that may affect your child include a new baby in the family, sleeping alone, moving or starting a new school, abuse, or a family crisis. Stress Stress can sometimes lead to bedwetting, and worry about daytime or nighttime wetting can make the problem worse. As the bladder empties, sphincter or pelvic floor muscles may cut off urine flow too soon, before the bladder empties all the way. Nighttime wetting is normal for many children—and is often not considered a health problem at all—especially when it runs in the family. ADH tells the kidneys to release less water at night. Squatting, leg crossing, and heel sitting can be signs of an overactive bladder. In many cases, there is more than one cause.
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