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qi_B2_h

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B2 h

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Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are using now to try and help your child stop wetting during the day? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting during the day). advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe

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Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are using now to try and help your child stop wetting during the day? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting during the day).
Have used in the past Using now

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1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

taking her to the toilet regularly
encouraging child to 'hold on' before using the toilet
drinking more fluids
drinking less fluids
medication
praising for dry pants
showing your displeasure
advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe

Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are using now to try and help your child stop wetting during the day? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting during the day). advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe

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Which of the following methods have you tried in the past or are you using now to try and help your child stop wetting the bed? (Please note: this is not a list of ways which are necessarily effective in helping children to stop wetting the bed).
Have used in the past Using now

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

1 - Yes

lifting (taking your child out of bed to the toilet)
restricting drinks before bed
getting her to toilet regularly in the day
rewarding for being dry
medication
homeopathy
hypnosis
an alarm that wakes the child when she wets
showing your displeasure
using night-time protection pants or nappies
advice from a health worker (e.g. health visitor, school nurse, GP, hospital doctor, social worker, psychologist) Please tick and describe
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