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11 year old wetting himself

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Claire236 Tue 23-Aug-16 20:16:56

My 11 year old son wets himself occasionally during the day. Apparently there's nothing physically causing this although his kidneys are joined together which we discovered from a scan of his bladder and kidneys. He starts high school in Sep & I'm concerned if it happens at school and other children notice that his life will be made a misery. Any suggestions of how to help him would be much appreciated

Heirhelp Wed 24-Aug-16 20:45:43

You need to speak to his head of year and organise how you are going to manage this problem. Your son will need a toliet pass so he is able to feel the classroom when needed. Perhaps he can keep spare clothes in the office in case they are needed.

Claire236 Wed 24-Aug-16 22:21:18

The trouble is he doesn't realise he needs to go so a pass wouldn't actually help. It seems so random when it happens that it's hard to know what would help. No alleged experts have been any use whatsoever

Jasonandyawegunorts Thu 25-Aug-16 08:21:52

I'd recommend Padded underpants, They hold wee long enough to get to a toilet and change.
I know from personal experiance nobody bats an eyelid when changing for PE.

www.allaboutincontinence.co.uk/boys-incontinence-pants-navy-xxl

Heirhelp Thu 25-Aug-16 16:01:53

The pass will allow him to leave the classroom after and accident without drawing attention to the issue. Secondary students are surprisingly accepting.

Claire236 Thu 25-Aug-16 20:59:42

I was concerned padded pants would be noticeable but might try some if he'd get away with changing for PE without anyone realising

GinIsIn Thu 25-Aug-16 21:02:23

Can you get him a watch with an alarm that goes off every 2 hours, and he has to go to the loo when it does, whether he thinks he needs to or not?

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