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No More Bedwetting: How to Help Your Child Stay Dry

No More Bedwetting: How to Help Your Child Stay Dry
by Samuel J. Arnold (Paperback)

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In this reassuring, eye-opening book, noted urologist Samuel J. Arnold explains how almost all childhood bedwetting can be cured or controlled. Drawing on over 35 years of experience - and thousands of actual cases - Dr. Arnold describes how, contrary to conventional thinking, most bedwetting is caused by underlying physical conditions - conditions that often can be corrected quickly and effectively. And he dispels the harmful and mistaken notion that long-term bedwetting is caused by disobedience, toilet-training conflict, or parental attitudes.

This supportive guide can help you help your child. No More Bedwetting reveals:

  • The many different factors behind bedwetting
  • How to determine the root cause of your child's problem and what to do about it
  • The roles of heavy sleep, diseases, anatomical problems, allergies, hormones, and other factors
  • The damage of harmful treatments such as punishment or withholding fluids
  • A full range of tested strategies and recommendations



This book is designed to help parents and caregivers understand the causes of bedwetting and the various treatment options. It addresses each type of bedwetting, whether the cause is anatomical, psychological, or sleep–related. Written from a urologic perspective and focusing on the physical problems that contribute to wetting, Dr. Arnold also addresses the most effective treatments available to save children from unnecessary shame and low self–esteem.