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How to Stop Bedwetting

First and foremost, remember that for the vast majority of children with enuresis will eventually resolve on their own as their central nervous system matures. (Each year after the age of six, 15 percent of children who still have enuresis, spontaneously stop wetting at night.) Enuresis is not of disobedience or weakness of character. Steps…
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Enuresis

The term enuresis is the one doctors use when talking about bed-wetting. The definition of this is “inappropriate voiding of urine at an age when control of micturition is to be expected.” (Micturition is passing of the urine.) Most children achieve bladder control by the age of three years, after they have learned to walk….
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Bedwetting

Gaining consistent control of bladder and bowel during daytime hours is a significant milestone for a toddler or preschooler. For many children, keeping the bed dry at night is a more elusive goal, one that might not be reached until quite a bit later in life. Children who still wet the bed at night well…
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