My 10 year old daughter has terrible stomach cramps and constantly has to pee.It's to the point of her tinkling in her underwear if she can't get to the bathroom within minutes of the urge to go.This has been going on for about a year and it's just been getting worse with pain more often and having to go to the bathroom more often.I have had her to the doctors numerous times, they have checked for infections and recently for diabetes.Everything keeps coming back normal.I'm getting frustrated because it seems like the doctors just don't care.When the test come back negative that's it they don't attempt to check other things unless I push about it.Like I said this started about a year ago so obviously there is something wrong with her.Any suggestions?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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