Author Archives: Renee Mercer, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Tips for Wetting at School

The start of the new school year can bring about unexpected surprises, such as wetting or leaking in the underwear in a child who has been dry. The most common cause of new wetting is not noticing the need to … Continue reading

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3 Reasons Why You Should Treat Bedwetting

Bedwetting affects confidence and self-esteem The development of confidence and a positive self-esteem includes being able to perform activities that most other children in your age group can perform. Many children continue to hear that they will “outgrow” bedwetting at … Continue reading

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Why cold swimming pools cause lines for the bathroom

Researchers have discovered why jumping into a cold pool, walking barefoot on a cold floor or entering a cold air conditioned room makes you have the urge to go to the bathroom. Parents mention that their child has to go … Continue reading

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