For most children, the inability to urinate is caused by
dehydration. Common causes of dehydration are not
drinking enough fluids, diarrhea, vomiting, and fever. A child can also quickly
become dehydrated in hot weather.
When a child is not dehydrated,
the inability to urinate can be caused by:
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