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Bedwetting / Enuresis

Bedwetting is considered a medical problem only after a child is at least three years old. Almost 15% of children above the age of three continue to wet their beds, and more boys wet their beds than girls. Sometimes it can be the sign of an emotional problem, but most children stop it on their own before puberty.

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Asked By : jmilligan

Asked on : 19 Feb 2013   

I have a 7 year old son who wet`s the bed due to a small bladder . I have seen a lot of pages on the internet about bladder training and so on . The problem I have he also has sensory processing disorder and may not feel the sensation of having a full bladder when he is asleep. Please if any one has any ideas I will try them . It is not fare on him any more he is trying and still manages to soak him self and his bed even with "big boy nappies" on.

Thanks you in advance Julian Milligan


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