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Urine leakage
Hi there my son of 7 yrs does urine 3-4 times a day and drinks 3 glasses of water and 2 cups milk paediasure, he goes to pee and afterwards inside house does 4-5 drops of urine. This is happening every time after peeing. Is this normal? Previously 1 year back once he got stomach pain with vomiting sensation with issues related to constipation but after sometime it was ok without medicin. What could be the cause
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Some lab investigations are required so visit to nearby pediatrician.
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It seems that nothing is right with diet of your son Why should he drink pediatrie ? Let him eat normal balanced food of rice dal sabzi chapati salad curd fruits etc if you make him eat food he will not be constipated Let him drink water and fresh lemon juice to keep hiis urine acidic and flowing . Get urine examination . Urine abnormally in a male child should be viewed seriously .
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Consult Pediatrician.
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You should talk to any Pediatrician as dis requires detailed discussion
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Get done urine routine report....
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