my son is 16 and half years old and still wets the bed what can i do to help him?
Although most of the 5 to 7 million children who wet the bed outgrow their bedwetting by their teens, about 1 in every 100 teens will still wet the bed after the age of 15. Most teens who wet the bed will naturally outgrow the condition. A visit with your son’s doctor is the first step to building a support team for your teen. Amy Carey has written an article that can help you and your teen when dealing with bedwetting. http://www.goodnites.com/na/bedwetting-education/articles/but-Kim-too-old-to-wet-the-bed-support-and-hope-for-teens-with-nocturnal-enuresis.aspx
Bedwetting is a developmental condition, it happens simply because your child's bladder hasn't fully matured yet.
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