Category Archives: Research

Punishing Children for Bedwetting Can Make It Worse

Here’s yet another study that proves that punishment is not effective in ending bedwetting. In fact, the children who were punished actually wet the bed more frequently than those who were not punished. They were also more likely to be … Continue reading

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American Academy of Pediatrics Meeting

We just returned from the annual AAP meeting in San Diego, where we had a display booth and provided bedwetting alarm educational materials. We always enjoy talking with the pediatricians, residents, medical students and other exhibitors who stop by our … Continue reading

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Bedwetting Problem – 4 Reasons to Treat

“Is there treatment for my child’s bedwetting?” is a common question. Unfortunately, a high percentage of parents (72%) were not aware of effective treatments, according to this recent study. Only 55% reported that they would seek medical care for bedwetting. … Continue reading

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