What is Bedwetting?

What is Bedwetting?

Bedwetting (also called nocturnal enuresis) happens when the bladder empties without permission during sleep. Bedwetting is very common with approximately 1 in 5 children in Australia wetting the bed. Bedwetting is a complex condition that can often be a source of...

How do you stop children from wetting the bed?

How do you stop children from wetting the bed?

It’s never easy deciding whether to let your child go on a sleepover when they have a bed-wetting problem, as its discovery can be embarrassing and traumatic for him or her. But rest assured that bed-wetting is common, affecting 15% to 20% of school-aged children. And...

WORLD BEDWETTING DAY 26 MAY 2020

WORLD BEDWETTING DAY 26 MAY 2020

TIME TO TAKE ACTION BEDWETTING IS NOBODY'S FAULT; IT IS A COMMON MEDICAL CONDITION THAT CAN AND SHOULD BE TREATED (1) For decades, bedwetting was considered as a simple condition that would resolve spontaneously. However, it is now regarded as a complex disorder...

ADULT BEDWETTING

ADULT BEDWETTING

Some people might think that bedwetting only happens to children, but, it is problem that you can have at any age. Bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, meaning involuntary release of urine during sleep, is a medical condition like any other, and it should be treated...

Why don’t we talk about bedwetting?

Why don’t we talk about bedwetting?

Although bedwetting is one of the most common health problems among children, people in general don’t talk about it. And since we do not talk about it, many may feel that they are alone with their suffering. That’s why we all must start talking about it! Many children...

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