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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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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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When to Treat Bedwetting

The best time to treat bedwetting is when it starts to become an issue. The good news is that bedwetting alarms are such an effective, non-medicinal way to end bedwetting that no family has to “wait until they outgrow it”. … Continue reading

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