6yo DD started wetting the bed back in November. I took her to the doctor. She pee'd in a cup and they tested it. Totally clean. He said she could have caught some sort of virus when we were in Florida earlier that month and said to give it another couple of weeks.
Fast forward two months and she is still wetting the bed. Took her to the doctor and they had her pee in a cup again. Came back with a very slight elevation of something that would indicate a UTI if it were significantly more elevated. They want to see if it "grows"...if it does, it is a UTI; if it doesn't, they want to put her on something like DDAVP (I probably have that wrong) for like six months).
Why are they even paying attention to this SLIGHT elevation of whatever that is in her urine now when it wasn't there two months ago when it was tested and she was wetting the bed? The slight elevation is a NEW THING...the wetting the bed is an OLD THING.
Maybe I just don't understand how these things work, but this just doesn't make sense to me. I'm kind of viewing it as though your finger hurts...you don't know why, you go to doctor and doctor does whatever.......little while later you go back because it's still hurting and doctor notices there is a cut that you just got in the waiting room 10 minutes prior and says it's because of that, but yet the the cut wasn't there originally, know what I mean?
Anyone able to shed some light on the subject?
Answer by wendythewriter at 1:01 PM on Jan. 17, 2013
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Answer by mommy_jules at 11:37 AM on Jan. 17, 2013
Answer by LostSoul88 at 11:37 AM on Jan. 17, 2013
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Answer by luvmygrandbaby at 12:32 PM on Jan. 17, 2013