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Does an oil burning heater pollute more than wood burning stove?

Does an oil burning heater pollute more than wood burning stove?

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PLEASE take your daughter back to the doctors, hassle them if you have to!!! Last november I got a call from alder hey childrens hosp saying I had to take my son to them ASAP as he needed emergency surgery, because his bladder kidneys were so enlarged through blocked urine. I had my son back forward to the doctors at least 30 times b/c my son was bed wetting almost every night sometimes during the day, and he kept saying it was just a phase!!! It was only when my sons school go involved arranged an appointment with a paediatrician who in turn arranged my son to have bladder kidney scans. Just by chance a consultant from Alder Hey seen the scans thats when he called me, telling me to take Steven ASAP. What was happening was he wasnt passing urine properly (only drips at a time) and the rest of the urine was travelling back up to his bladder kidneys making them very inlarged. So when my son was relaxed sleeping the urine was trickling out, making him wet the bed. His kidneys were so damaged that he was weeks away from total kidney failure. I'm not trying to scare or frighten you, but PLEASE keep hassling your doc for scans etc.just in case!!! Hope things get sorted soon for you your daughter :D
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I think at the age of 13, your daughter wants to be independent and in charge of her own decisions, that and she is probably embarrassed about wearing nappies and feels they are for 'babies'. Tell her you feel it will make her far more comfortable if she did wear them, and that there is no shame in using nappies for her problem, but that it is up to her as she is 13 now, and old enough to decide for herself. That way, you are taking the shame away, as well as allowing her to decide herself - while still making her consider wearing them.
i think you should let her be wet if she wears a nappy she will get too used to it just let her decide as she isn't a baby anymore she probably is just embarrassed she just thinks she's going to be wet in the morning but if she's confident about who she is she might be alright but if she's embarrassed by wearing a nappy then it will knock her confidence. good luck she will soon grow out of it :)
I'd make them availible, but not force it. Rather, I would make it secretly availible. Sneak one in somewhere like it's just been there or something Maybe let her know where they are. She's going to want to be comfortable, but to you or anyone she's going to be too embarrased how she becomes comfortable. Don't let yourself run out, but don't really let her know your still buying them. I am saying this assuming that you've tried everything else everyone else is suggesting (going to the restroom early and no drinks before Xpm)

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