I have a 6 year old son who wet's the bed sometimes,I have noticed that he wet's his bed every time he has had a long day playing outside.I have become strict with him from going outside and had limited his play hours outside so that he would not wet the bed ,but he still does ,but not as often as he did when he played all day out.Doing loads of laundry full of pee is very tiring especially when you have heavy blankets,and not only that I have a son who is 20 years old who even sometimes wet's the bed!
I wonder if something like this is a sickness and if there is treatment for it.
by Peeples 6 years ago
Can any harm be done to my baby playing outside with no clothes on?My 17 month old is potty training so she is naked almost all of her waking hours. My concern is when she sits in the grass or dirt outside. Can it cause an infection or anything?
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
Does everyone have their audio on while surfing Hubpages? Has anyone recently noticed the sound of kiddies playing outside, "OKAAYYYYYY" and its time for dinner. I'm wondering who is there with me and when it interferes with other sounds and activities, then I realize.... what this is.
by E-Kiid 7 years ago
An ad for a brand of dry ice claims that the dry ice keeps ice food cold with out getting it wetis it 1.dry ice undergoes as sublimation? 2. Dry ice is not frozen? 3.Dry ice is colder then ice made from water? 4. Dry ice keeps food from freezing?
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Do you feed your pets dry pet food or wet pet food?
by Rev Bruce S Noll HMN 5 years ago
What keeps you from what you want?Try answering these few questions to get the ball rolling: At the end of the day ask yourself: What did I hunger to do today, to be today or achieve today that went unsatisfied? What hindered me from achieving my goal? How, instead, did I appease my hunger? Was it...
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What are the causes of Dry and Wet Rot and how can they be treated?
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