Solutions and Treatments

THERE ARE SO MANY SAFE, SIMPLE, AND EFFECTIVE WAYS TO DEAL WITH BEDWETTING

HOW TO STOP BEDWETTING

 

There are many common treatments that you can try at home. We can take you through some bladder training exercises and bedwetting resources, and more.

Common Treatments

Is your child taking a while to grow out of their bedwetting phase? You may want to try some common bedwetting treatments. We have plenty of simple, non-invasive approaches that will help you to manage, and maybe even cure, bedwetting.
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Medical Treatments

Most children will naturally grow out of their bedwetting stage. However, when all bedwetting management strategies have been exhausted, some families decide to seek prescription medication. Find out more about how prescribed medicine can help bedwetting, here.
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Bladder Training

Bladder training is a popular and safe exercise for kids who are wetting the bed to try. Lots of kids have expanded their bladder capacity by gently training their bladder and practicing bladder control.
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Bedwetting Alarms

Bedwetting alarms are a popular way to manage bedwetting. They are designed to sound an alert when urine is detected. This should allow your child to wake, visit the bathroom, and finish urinating in the toilet. Find out more, here.
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Enuresis Clinics

Clinics for enuresis specialise in figuring out why children wet the bed and treat the cause until bedwetting is no longer occurring. They are generally seen as a last resort for older kids, or children who are suffering distress.
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Who Can Help / Resources

If you’d like to take your bedwetting research to the next level, there are plenty of resources, which you may find helpful. The Google Search engine is useful to search for local and national organizations and groups that may be able to help. If your child is old enough to use the internet, they may even like doing their own research too!
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