Our expert says:
It may be more psychological - you can consider taking her to a child psychologist for a session or two. They are great to get to the bottom of issues in kids - and they don't always tell us everything that is bothering them, probably because they think that we would not understand? I am talking from my own experience. And sometimes, it just helps the kids to speak, and that in itself is the solution. Urge her to drink lots of water and empty the bladder when it feels full. You can also discuss the situation with her teachers so that they understand her situation. Calmettes might help, but as you say, it is not going to address the real issue. Good luck and I hope that she gets better soon.
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