Bedwetting is usually a stage of development that kids simply outgrow with patience and time. Learn about the common reasons for bedwetting as well as available treatments. When you understand the cause, it's easier to embrace the treatments.
Read up on the reasons kids wet the bed, ways you can help treat it, and give your kids the gift of a sound night's sleep.
The Occasional Nighttime Accident
by Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg, Pediatrician and Mother
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Bedwetting Perspective and Advice
by Dr. Roy Benaroch, MD, Pediatrician
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by Amy Carey
Bringing Up Bedwetting: Talking to Your Doctor About Enuresis
by Melissa Granberry
Double Duty: Bedwetting at More Than One Address
by Kelly D. Burgess
Genetics and Bedwetting: When Kids Follow in Your Footsteps
by Deborah Geary
Eating and Enuresis: How Foods Affect Bedwetting
by Teri Brown
Bedwetting and Age: When Parents Should Seek Help
by C.J. Johnson
The Right Adjustment: Bedwetting and Chiropractic
by April E. Clark
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