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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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Bedwetting: When to Talk to your Child’s Doctor

When to bring it up Bedwetting is normal in children as they are potty-training and in the pre-school age child. Your doctor may ask how toilet training is going during yearly visits, but not focus on nighttime dryness until your … Continue reading

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Do other illnesses affect bedwetting?

Parents report that their child who was previously dry at night has suddenly begun wetting again. They may also mention that they also have been sick with strep, tonsillitis, an upper respiratory virus or stomach virus. A few kids have … Continue reading

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