Re: 6 year old wetting himself

    He does ask for drinks a little more than most students...still
    not a lot. He has definitely came out of his shell and is not
    so shy anymore. Mom has taken him to the dr and there are no
    medical issues. He started wetting himself at home the same
    time he did at school. He now wears a pull up daily and is
    continuously wetting himself even though we send him to
    go "try" several times throughout the day. Just want to find
    something to help him!

    On 8/24/14, Flacka wrote:
    > Does this happen at home? Does he seem to be thirsty
    > a lot or drink more than the other children? Before
    > you move forward at school, it is probably best if the
    > mother takes him to the pediatrician to rule out any
    > physical causes - diabetes, UTI, bladder infection, etc.
    > On 8/24/14, K Teacher wrote:
    >> I have a student that is a very quiet, shy 6 year old K
    >> student. The first couple of days of school were fine
    > and
    >> then the next couple weeks the child has wet
    > himself several
    >> times throughout the day. He has gone to the
    > bathroom many
    >> times and often encouraged to go try. His mom
    > finally put
    >> him in pull ups b/c it was happening so often. After
    > that,
    >> he seemed to open up more and start to talk. Even
    > become a
    >> bit of a jokester. I've seen nothing out of the
    > ordinary to
    >> cause any undue stress other than beginning school.
    > I don't
    >> think he has ever been to childcare or preschool.
    > What
    >> might this mean and what can we do to help him?
    > Thanks in
    >> advance!