I have a 5 year old daughter who as frequent accidents 5-6 times a day. She also can't control her bladder at night. I have been to a specialist twice and had every test imaginable for her. All the do is put her on Ditropan to help her stop having her accidents. She constantly has a UTI and just barely was treated in the hospital for a horrible kidney infection. I'm at a loss. I just want an answer....why does she get the UTI? how can I help her so it doesn't get worse? I'm sick of the doctor just putting a bandaid on the problem...... If anyone has any ideas, I would appreciate it. ThanksView Thread
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