My daughter (5 next month) has always suffered with daytime wetting. She wees frequently and either knows she needs to go when the first drop is coming out and runs or doesn't get there. If she's not near a toilet she will wet. If she's near a toilet she will wet a tiny amount and do the rest in the toilet.
The school nurse wants us to do 4 days input/output charts. We did this once before and they weren't looked at although that was before involvement with school nurse. She only started school last week and we contacted school nurse straight away!
Last time we did input output she had 15-17 wets but lots of those were literally tiny tiny patches ( weighing 2g or so! We had to weigh pants!) so lots of tiny leaks and then a few big leaks each day. Normally we would probably only notice the few big wets a day as the little leaks are that small.
Our former health visitor is sure it's probably overactive bladder.
We've done the trying double voiding, making her sit longer to try to get a bit more wee out, ruling out UTI ( all tests have been negative and she's been tested lots of times), it's not constipation- poos are a daily soft sausage in toilet!.
Just wondered what age people got diagnosed? And do they get oxybyutin straight away? I've heard they don't give it til they're 5. She's 5 next month!