Why does a child urinate frequently when he urinates a little every time?

A parent asked a question: My daughter, who is four years and three months old, has been urinating frequently and only urinates a little each time. I went to the hospital for routine urine, blood and renal function tests, as well as renal color ultrasound, and there were no problems. It\’s been almost a month, and every ten minutes or so, I let her endure it for a while, and she couldn\’t help it anymore. Ask how to do? Dr. Luo Zhen answered: If there is no infection, the child\’s condition is related to psychology. Don\’t put pressure on your children and don\’t scold them. If your child goes to the toilet frequently during the day, it is recommended to bring diapers in order to give her psychological comfort. Then guide her to tell her parents when she needs to urinate, and either go to the toilet or use her own toilet to defecate. Parents should guide them correctly and deal with it in a down-to-earth manner. If they force their children to urinate too deliberately, they will feel psychological pressure and easily aggravate the symptoms. Give your child more psychological comfort and attention, and try not to discuss this matter with your family, otherwise it will reinforce the child\’s frequent urination behavior. You can appropriately reduce the amount of water your child drinks during the day, or you can take Chinese medicine to regulate it.

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