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Old 05-04-2006, 11:17 AM   #1
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? about urine output (not urgent though)

My ds1 is a super soaker...and he's getting to the age of potty training..so he'll hold it for awhile and then open the flood gates.

Ds2 has significantly less urine output...He's formula fed and I thought..well maybe he's not eating enough (but doesn't act hungry at all)...so I've tried feeding him more and he's *really* not hungry for it.

Do some babies just really not pee as much as others or should I be worried? I mean, it's nothing like he goes 8+ hrs without a wet diaper..but it's just...it's very little compared to my other ds. Enough that it caught my attention and makes me wonder?

He's high needs and I swear he's going to be ADHD (although I'm not searching for a diagnosis/meds..just believe that's how his personality will be)...so I'm wondering if...even though he doesn't act hungry...should I try feeding him in a different environment (dark room)?

I dunno, just worries me and we don't see the ped for another month.

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Old 05-04-2006, 11:31 AM   #2
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Re: ? about urine output (not urgent though)

i think that it's entirely possible for kids to have different outputs w/o it signifying a problem.
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