9 year old bedweeting boy
Debi - posted on 09/27/2012
If you give me your email address, mine is firstname.lastname@example.org i will send you a video i created summarizing my first book and this discussion. I think with her stomach issues you will find the info very useful. Allergies, asthma and other conditions representing a hyperactive immune state are symptoms of an underlying disruption in gut associated lymph tissue. Lack of awareness and not dealing with it can set us up for future challenges. My goal is creating awareness of these early red flags and warning signs.
Kimberly - posted on 09/26/2012
my daughter is 7 & a half and we are still having trouble with bedwetting...she just recently started getting since in the morning at school, but afterwards is fine. like her stomach bothers her. I am in the process of switching out her 2% milk with SILK. Can allergies to milk or wheat really cause bedwetting? She wears the "Underjams" but most of the time she wont wet those...just when she doesnt wear them :( I would love some advice also...it would be appreciated if possible!
Brittany - posted on 09/26/2012
Damian doesn't seem to be sensitive to milk.. he also doesn't have any allergies, however, when he was little he did have recurring ear and eye infections, both have been corrected with surgery, he had tubes put in both his eyes and ears.
Thanks for the ideas :)
Debi - posted on 09/25/2012
Hi there, I have authored Saving 'Generation Next' and am creator of the Saving Generation Next online preventative health video program. I work with many mom's. So many of the children (more boys than girls) with bed-wetting issues have underlying gut imbalance. Some indications are; early bouts of ear infections, strep or tonsil issues, asthma, allergies, etc.
The disruption of the gut occurs for reasons beyond probiotics and are beyond the scope of this post; however, the disruption creates intestinal inflammation, reductions in gut antibodies and participates in a body that is more sensitive to its environment. These children may have gluten and lactose issues that seem yet undetected. However, undigested gluten actually acts like opiates on the brain. Collectively, if you child seems to have a history similar to what I have mentioned, he may fall into this category. If so, post me back and I will respond with ideas to correct the intestinal imbalance.
Hope this helps!
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