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7 year old, bed wetting & teeth grinding

Afternoon everyone. I hope there is something I can do to help my son (other than attaching an alarm to him lol).

He'll be 7 on Friday. Adopted from Guatemala at 5 months old. He suffered from seizures less than a week after we brought him home which were considered to be idiopathic in nature. Severe hyperactivity as soon as he could move independently. No real speech till 3.5 years old. Severe speech delay (apraxia), ADHD and sensory processing delay. Possibly dyslexic as well. Recently discovered he has a genetic deletion at 16p11.2 which is known to cause enuresis until children are much older (typically resolves at 12) but since my son is doing a lot better than other children with this deletion, I thought maybe there would be a holistic solution. I have been doing body work on him focusing on the inside ankle points and the crown on his head which has been working but not consistently.

He grinds his teeth terribly - we did a few cycles of Cina with just a reduction in the grinding. His physician also did a cycle of the prescription medication for the worms as well. Again, only a slight reduction in frequency and intensity (there are are times I think his teeth are going to shatter he's grinding so much). Dentist says the teeth aren't showing signs of it though.

He's an incredible sleeper. Typically asleep by 8:30 pm and wakes on his own between 7:30-9:00 am on weekends. Nothing wakes him other than thunder storms which frightens him.

My husband takes him to the bathroom at midnight and he's dry. I believe the wetting is happening early morning just before or just as he's waking up.

Please let me know if you other questions, I'll do my best to answer.

Thank you for your help!
  FoxxyMamaNJ on 2012-07-03
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give Podophylum 30, once in the night for 3 days and report back.
Reva V last decade
please try KREOSOTUM-200 one dose of 5 drops at night (bed time)to you kid and repeat after every 4 days. Note changes and report after 5 weeks.

Mahfoozurrehman last decade
Should I do both of these or just one? If one, which one? Sorry, I'm new at this.
FoxxyMamaNJ last decade
Please take only one of the prescriptions, not both.

dr.mahfooz is an excellent prescriber in this forum and the choice is yours.

Reva V
Reva V last decade
Hi- if you click on prescribers name?
You can see their profile, you can
also then click on their many previous
posts/cases on here. You can then get
a better idea of who you might prefer
to work with -just like picking a dr.
out of two same qualified drs.
simone717 last decade
Thank you!
FoxxyMamaNJ last decade
Just to be sure I am ordering the correct product.... Dr. Mahfooz are you recommending the liquid dilution 200c five drops?
FoxxyMamaNJ last decade
Kreosotum is a very good remedy for bed-wetting.
AsadGhumman last decade
HI- yes that is what he is saying to
order. :-)
simone717 last decade
Hello, don't worry, both things are normal. As a mom of a girl that was bedwetting until almost her 9th birthday, I know it concerning (and embarassing, etc.). I talked about this with a doctor and also read about this issue. It has to do with heavy sleepers (which my daughter is) and braing development to signal that they need to urinate to wake them up. Studies show that this brain signal develops at aroun 9 years of age. Even doctor was not concerned when we discussed this issue. So, give your son more time. We tried some device, which you connect to your child panties and it wakes them with the noise once the sensor detects wetness (when they start urinating). Well, the device woke the whole house, but my daughter kept sleeping and it did not wake her up at all (did I mention she is a heavy sleeper?). My friend's daughter had the same issue and it got also resolved on its own when she was 9 years old.

Re: the teeth grinding, this is normal for this age as the new teeth are coming in. Both my kids were doing it around 6-7 years of age and it went away on its own.

4isfamily0 last decade
'please try KREOSOTUM-200 one dose of 5 drops at night (bed time)to you kid and repeat after every 4 days. Note changes and report after 5 weeks.'

Does this mean every 4 days. We started last night (he woke up soaked through to the bed) so we'll do it again Thursday night?

Thanks again!
FoxxyMamaNJ last decade

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