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BEDWETTING IS MOST COMMON IN CHILDREN UP TO 7 YEARS, BUT IT CAN HAPPEN AT ANY AGE

Many parents are worried by their child’s bedwetting, not realising that is  completely normal in children up to the age of seven years, with many kids older than that continuing to wet the bed for a variety of reasons.

The good news is that nearly all kids outgrow bedwetting. In the meantime, it’s up to you to manage it with patience, love and good, old-fashioned common sense.

2-4

If your 2-4 year old is wetting the bed it may be due to any number of reasons, such as an under-developed bladder. Many causes are harmless and resolve themselves with time and patience. Find out more, here.
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4-7

For many children, bedwetting is a distant memory by the time they reach school. For others, it’s just starting. It’s nothing unusual. Take a look at the best way to have your 4-7 year old having dry nights and dreaming big.
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8-15

Although many have dry nights by the time they start school, there are plenty of people who wet the bed when they are 8-15. Take a look at some of the best ways to deal with, and put an end to, nocturnal enuresis.
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