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If there's no medical reason for the bed wetting I would persist with an alarm style system to wake the child up when they begin to wet the bed. I had the same problem for many years (into my early teens) and went to the doctors frequently but no issues were found, I tried several medicines to no effect. My parents tried most of the tactics regarding ...


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I really like this resource here for information about how to help your child with the bedwetting problem: http://www.webmd.com/parenting/ss/slideshow-bedwetting. A more personal note on bedwetting - the last time that I wet my bed was when i was 16 years old. There were not physical problems, and I was not being lazy or stupid. I simply slept right ...


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We had a similar situation. We survived. Most nights are dry now. Let me get the bad news out first: There are a few children that will be bedwetting until their teens. A few. Very, very few. We had a similar problem and worked closely with our trusted pediatrician. There is one thing to kerp in mind: Dry nights are a combination of reduced urine ...


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In my experience, things that contribute to my children wetting the bed are primarily one of three things: Drinking more before/during bedtime Sleeping more soundly Barriers to getting up to go in the middle of the night (Plus of course forgetting to go right before bed.) How could cold affect these? When it's cold outside, it's also dry. That means ...


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I would suggest exploring deeper to get to specific fears, and address those individually. For example, she may be afraid: Her friends will smell her room. Her friends will find her diapers, clean sheets, plastic sheets, etc. Her brother will rat her out. She will be invited to sleep over. You can work together to find solutions to all those things, to ...


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It's good you are looking out for your brother! Hey, tell him don't worry about it... he'll grow out of it someday. Lots of kids do that, and boys are notorious. So, don't worry about, just put some things in place to protect him and the bed, like a protective cover, and some towels, etc. Then, make sure no more fluids after a certain time (depending on ...


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If there's no medical reason for the bed wetting I would suggest an alarm style system to wake the child up when they begin to wet the bed. I had the same problem for many years (into my early teens) and went to the doctors frequently but no issues were found, I tried several medicines to no effect. My parents tried most of the tactics you've tried and from ...



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