Frequent Urination/dribbling - 5 yo boy - suddenly startedOur 5 yo son fully potty trained for over 2 years now, suddenly started urinating frequently about 1 month ago.
No apparent life changes happened during that time but his full time school started last week.
Does not appear that he is scared of anything.
We got his X-ray done and found that he was mildly constipated hence the doctor started with MiraLax clean-out program but after 2 weeks of daily MiraLax after clean-out program has not shown any improvement.
On homeopathy side we have given him:
- Nux Vomica 30c - 3 doses daily for 5 days - No improvement
- Lycopodium 200c - 1 dose - no improvement
Urine is clear, no pain.. has constant urge to urinate immediately after waking up.. but also dribbling and wets his pants.
His bowel movements are bit on hard side.. every other day... but we are working on his constipation through his diet but no significant improvement yet.
He is a hyperactive child.. who cannot sit still for more than a minute.. constantly running around, jumping on the sofa.. lots of physical activity.. nothing drains him out..
He is very attached to Mom, and does not want her to go out of sight.. constantly checks on her if she is in another room..
Very stubborn, will NOT listen to/follow directions.
Please let me know if there are additional questions.
youneverknow11 on 2021-08-30
It will take affect his stubbornness post symptoms after 2-3 day
Hope it affects the urine issue too otherwise I ll prescribe for that too
♡ Kaps 4 months ago
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