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What causes bedwetting?

Presented by GoodNites®

In these videos, our team discusses the different causes of bedwetting and why they can be difficult to pinpoint.

Watch these videos to hear what the experts had to say. 

Our Experts

Dr. Bennett

“Bedwetting happens because of a physiological disconnect between the brain and bladder when a child is sleeping.”

Shauna

“It happens during a time when the child isn’t even recognizing it’s happening.”

Jarvis

“As I grew older, I thought it was a mental phenomenon that I had to overcome.”

Watch their answers to the most frequently asked questions about nighttime wetting.

What is Bedwetting?

How Do I Stop or Cure Bedwetting?

Will Bedwetting Have an Impact on My Child?

How Do I Help My Child Stop Wetting the Bed?

Is it My Fault that My Child Wets the Bed?

All About Bedwetting Alarms.

Am I still potty training if my child is dry during the day but still wetting at night?

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