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Doctors overlooked bedwetting-diabetes link
Being a diuretic is a symptom of diabetes. But when incontinence affects children, it's not easy to conclude that they have such a dangerous condition.
Report suggests most children are unable to control bed-wetting
A report recently released in the Canadian Medical Association Journal states that bed-wetting is not within the child's control, that the problem is physical. The report lists three of the most common reasons and possible treatments.
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