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Causes of Bedwetting: Overproduction of Urine

Transcript Some children produce too much urine at night. These children may have low levels of a naturally occurring substance […]

Bedwetting: Overactive or twitchy bladder

Transcript Some children have an overactive bladder and can only hold small amounts of urine. In this case the child’s […]
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Wetting the bed: When to worry and what to do

If your child wets the bed and you’re wondering whether you should worry or wait and see, you’re certainly not […]
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Bed wetting in teenagers

In children, bed wetting is a relatively common problem, with as many as 20% of 5 year olds and up […]
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Bed wetting treatments

Statistics show that only 34% of Australian families with a child who wets the bed seek professional help. Instead, they wait […]

Bedwetting: When your child is affected

The first thing to understand about bed wetting in children is that it’s a relatively common problem. In fact, while […]

Bed wetting types and causes

Bed wetting is a common problem which can be distressing for both children who wet the bed and their parents. […]
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Bed wetting (nocturnal enuresis)

Bed wetting (also known as nocturnal enuresis) is a common condition which most children outgrow by age five as the organs which control urination develop. But bedwetting also affects older children and adults. If left untreated it can negatively affect both physical and...

Nocturnal enuresis: Stephen recalls his bed wetting days

Bed wetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is a very common disease amongst children, with almost 20% of 5–12 year olds experiencing symptoms. Bullying, impaired social life and low self-esteem are all extra stresses that may stem from wetting the bed. But it’s not all bad....
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Preventing Bed Wetting

Bed wetting is defined as intermittent episodes of wetting the bed at night in children over 5 years of age