Category Archives: Potty Training

5 Ways to Know Your Child is Ready for a Bedwetting Alarm

1. She tells you she is ready to stop bedwetting and needs your help. Bedwetting is common and normal in children younger than 6, affecting 1 in 4 children. Supportive reminders of toileting before bed, drinking throughout the day rather … Continue reading

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Daytime Wetting in Children – Do’s and Don’ts

Daytime wetting in older children is a little more common in girls, but both sexes can be affected. Children often describe that they don’t feel like they need to go to the bathroom until the last minute. Then it’s too … Continue reading

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Peeing in Bed

“My 6 year old pees in his bed every night. I’ve tried limiting drinks after dinner, taking him to the bathroom before bed and even walking him to the bathroom when I go to bed. Nothing is working. What should … Continue reading

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