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Day time incontinence in 11 year old boy


My son has suffered from day time incontinence for as long as I can remember (and up until 3 years ago feacal incontinence). He has had various medical tests/scan and everything was found to be normal, he was referred to a psychologist who managed to change his behaviour and the faecal incontinence has stopped.

He says it mainly happens when he is playing sport and he has no control over his bladder during sport even if he goes to the toilet before a match. I suspect he doesn't/can't empty his bladder properly

Could you recommend a remedy pleae.

Thanks very much
  Skitrip2014 on 2014-03-12
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Describe his personality, his likes and dislikes, behavior with family members and outsiders, thermal preferences.

Also, recall all the ailments he has suffered since his birth.

Does it happen before exams or when he is about to go on a stage to perform?
rishimba 5 years ago

Thanks for replying, he is a very friendly boy who is very mature and sensible for his age, he loves sport and would live his life on the football pitch if he could. He is very friendly and chatty with family members , school friends and teachers and also when he meets new people. He can be anxious when faced with a new challenge such as going out to place he hasn't been to before, he used to be extremely anxious about going to new places when he was younger, he also suffered sever anxiety when parted from me (his mother). This is ok now. Potty training was very difficult and he was terrified to pass stools into the toilet he would only do this in a nappy.

He suffered from a persistent choking cough after receiving his MMR jab when he was 3 years old and eventually we visited a homeopath who treated him with excellent results.

He is scared of dogs and the dark and also loud noises.

Hope this info helps

Skitrip2014 5 years ago
Oh I forgot to say I think this can happen when he has stage fright and exam nerves also before important sports matches.......
Skitrip2014 5 years ago
Try BELLADONA 200C three times on a single day, each dose 4 hours apart.

Come back after a week and report if it acted for a few days. We may have to repeat it a few times.
rishimba 5 years ago
Ok thanks I have just ordered the belladonna 200 online so hopefully it will arrive soon.

Just to clarify, am I giving it to him just for one day?

Skitrip2014 5 years ago
Yes, you should be giving only three doses on a single day. Hopefully a response will be created in a couple of days.
rishimba 5 years ago

On Saturday I gave him the belladonna as you advised, on Monday and Tuesday he has noticed a very positive improvement, should we repeat the dose?

Skitrip2014 5 years ago
Wait and watch, If his condition is not relapsing, don't give any further doses.

Repeat one dose only if you notice these symptoms again.

Keep Belladona 200C handy at home.
rishimba 5 years ago
I repeated the dose 7 days later as he was still having the same problem when playing football matches. He has had a huge improvement during the day at school this week but played a match today and couldn't control his bladder. Last dose was 7 days ago shall i repeat again tomorrow?

Best wishes
Skitrip2014 5 years ago
Sure...if his symptoms are relapsing you need to repeat. Belladona is not a deep acting remedy and so there is no problem in repeating it.

Keep repeating whenever the symptoms recur. If 200C stops acting on him, give him one dose of Belladona 1M.
rishimba 5 years ago

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