From basic information to bedwetting myths and facts, here's where you can put bedwetting in perspective through expert articles and answers. For example, did you know that 72% of kids who wet the bed will outgrow it by the time they're 11? Educate yourself, and feel free to ask questions along the way.
Expert articles explaining the basics of bedwetting give you a better perspective, empowering you to ease your child's stress and ask informed questions.
Helping Your Child Understand Bedwetting
by Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg MD
by Jennifer Trachtenberg MD
Bedwetting Support for Children and Their Parents
by Dr. Wolffe Nadoolman, Pediatrician
When will bedwetting stop?
by Dr. Jennifer Trachtenberg, Pediatrician and Mother
Dispelling a Myth
by Dawn Meehan, Mother and Blogger
Your Growing Child's Nighttime Needs
by Dr. Wolffe Nadoolman, MD, Pediatrician
Training Pants or GoodNites®?
by Meagan Francis, Mother and Blogger
Is Five Years Old Too Old to Wet the Bed? A Parenting Myth Debunked
The Top 10 Reasons Why It's OK That Your Child Wets the Bed (Really!)
by Jessica Squazzo
Shedding Some Light on Bedwetting
by Carma Haley Shoemaker
Kids Top 5 Questions about Bedwetting: Get the Answers You Need to …
by Lisa A. Goldstein
A Girl's Guide to Bedwetting : Tips for Managing Bedwetting from Her …
by Kelly Burgess
A Guy's Guide to Bedwetting : Tips for Managing Bedwetting from His …
Talking About Bedwetting with Children
by Lisamarie Sanders
The End of Bedwetting? How to Tell If Your Child Is Ready to Stop
by Melinda Copp
A Bedwetting Pop Quiz: Test Your Bedwetting Knowledge (and Learn as …
by Teri Brown
Information at Your Fingertips: A Bedwetting Resource Guide
Just the Facts: The Latest Research on Bedwetting to Help Your Child
by Laura Lyster-Mensh
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