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Downs Syndrome child wetting himself

My 17 year old potty trained child has recently been wetting himself at school. He looks about 7 or 8 and weighs 89 lbs. He is non-verbal but understands very well. He has no real behavior problems and has a very good nature. He is very fond of his teacher. He has wet himself about 4 days in a row. I do believe he is getting ample opportunities to go to the bathroom. At home he just goes on his own. He has been potty trained about 8 years. Does anyone have any suggestions or information?.
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You should ask him if he is not being aloud to use the washroom or if someone at school is bothering him. If not then he could have a bladder infection.
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