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5 Top Bedwetting Blogs of 2013

The winners of the top viewed Bedwetting Blogs of 2013 are: 1. Helping Older Kids with Bedwetting: 3 Things to Know Techniques for ending bedwetting in older school aged children are discussed here. Parents should offer a solution, not wait … Continue reading

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Bedwetting Pills Did Not Work-What Next?

“My son, age 11, has had bedwetting his whole life. Our pediatrician gave him a prescription for desmopressin pills. We were hoping these would solve his bedwetting, but even 3 pills have not enabled him to have a dry night. … Continue reading

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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 “Simple behavioural interventions for nocturnal enuresis in … Continue reading

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