If the child is suffering from this problem due to stress or any other health problem, then an attempt is made to remove it first.
There are several ways in which nocturnal aneurysm can be reduced or prevented. There are many ways by which this problem can be relieved…
Bed wetting alarm
Research has revealed that about half of the children who use an aneurysm (bedwetting) alarm do not wet the bed at night after a few weeks. The alarm starts ringing as soon as the child’s underwear is wet. Over time, the brain gets trained to wake up and pass the urine. Family members also have to participate actively in this so that when the alarm is sounded, raise the child completely and send them to the bathroom.
Medicines to get rid of Bed Wetting
Only two drugs have been approved by the FDA (Food and Drugs Administration) for this; Imipramine and desmopressin. But when the medicine is stopped, then the problem comes back.
Tips for parents
Allow the child to reduce the intake of such foods which are high in caffeine, salt, and sugar, especially in the evening.
Encourage your child to pass urine regularly (every two or three hours) during the day and immediately before going to bed.
Raise the baby once a night to pass urine, but not more than once because it will spoil his sleep.
If the child is staying somewhere at night, then wear disposable underpants and boxer shorts over it. Also, discuss this problem with a responsible person so that they can help the child personally.
Does this problem last until adult..?
In most children, this problem is cured on or before the onset of adolescence. The secondary aneurysm can be corrected by finding out its cause. If the problem does not stop even after the teenage years, then see a doctor immediately. Do not delay in talking to the pediatric surgeon about this problem.