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Is she thirsty as well?
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No not at all there is nothing different just the increased need to pee
This is usually a benign entity of unknown etiology and resolves on its own.
It is fairly common in toddlers.
Having said that, you still need to have her evaluated in detail.
A urinalysis is warranted and a physical examination is prudent.
Instead of plain water, you should give her an oral rehydration solution like Pedialyte. Ordinary water will flush out her electrolytes and cause problems.
Thank you i will contact our gp asap
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