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If a child over five years of age passes urine while asleep, then it is considered abnormal. Mostly no specific cause can be found. Some of the potential reasons are: starting school, being bullied, arrival of a new baby, consuming caffeine containing drinks, constipation and the presence of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Such kids need to be given reassurance and caring and need to be toilet trained. There are various behavioural and medicinal approaches to treating this condition.
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