Category Archives: Medications

Simple Strategies May Not Be Enough for Bedwetting

While parents can begin with simple strategies such as fluid restriction and rewards for dry nights, bedwetting alarms and some medications are more effective, a new study finds. The 2013 Cochrane review on ‚ÄúSimple behavioural interventions for nocturnal enuresis in … Continue reading

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7 Tips for Bedwetting at Summer Camp

Since bedwetting affects about 5% of school aged children, chances are that at least one or two children in each 20 person cabin will worry about waking up wet. What can you do to help? 1. Make sure your child … Continue reading

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Melatonin and Bedwetting

My child takes Melatonin to help him sleep. He is 9 and has always had bed wetting. Does this medication make it worse? What can we do to help him have dry nights? A recent study looked at the relationship … Continue reading

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