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Reliably dry at night - now wet bed two nights in a row - any ideas?

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breatheslowly Wed 02-Apr-14 22:33:51

DD has been reliably dry at night for about 9 months with perhaps 2 wet beds in that time. She has now wet the bed two nights in a row and fairly early in the night (10/11pm). Is there anything to this apart from coincident?

Supersesame Wed 02-Apr-14 22:41:19

Had very same issue last week. Searched this site and Google. Found results that said to check for worms. Did so and voila.
Not sure of relationship between the two but that was what was happening. Just in middle of huge bedroom and clothes hot washes and medication.
I'm actually glad it's worms though and not some mad regression psychological thing to sort out.

breatheslowly Wed 02-Apr-14 22:45:15

How do you check for worms?

Supersesame Wed 02-Apr-14 22:48:22

Read this one!

3littlefrogs Wed 02-Apr-14 22:51:11

I was going to say threadworms. Very common.
Torch patrol.

breatheslowly Thu 03-Apr-14 00:14:21

Yup, she's got worms. I'll get the medication in the morning. What's your routine for deworming the house? All sheets on hot washes and duvets/pillows too? Hand washing, nail cutting, lots of baths & showers? Anything I have missed?

Do I need to tell nursery? I'd assume she got them there.

Thanks for the diagnosis.

Supersesame Thu 03-Apr-14 08:33:46

I think so, I'm no expert though, in middle of washing everything here! Don't forget towels! Don't shake undies around or you'll shake eggs everywhere. And apparently eggs don't like sunlight so open curtains and windows to air rooms.

PirateJones Thu 03-Apr-14 11:05:07

Vacuum the mattresses too.

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