Bladder control problems more common in ADHD - Reuters Children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be more likely than their peers to have problems with bedwetting and other bladder control symptoms, a new study finds. For parents of kids diagnosed with ADHD, awareness is the bottom line, according to Palmer. He added that some parents might think that voiding problems are "just a part" of ADHD. "But they should be aware that it can be addressed," he said. According to Palmer, treatment usually means various types of behavior changes -- like limiting liquids in the evening and having kids wear a programmable watch that reminds them to take bathroom breaks at regular intervals during the day.