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Bed Wetting: Rarely a Medical Problem

This article by Dr. Andrew Oakes-Lottridge, M.D discusses bedwetting - and reassures parents that it is often a normal part of childhood. He also discusses tests your doctor can run as well as some treatment options. (Medications vs. Bed-wetting alarms, for example.)

Getting your child to stay dry through the night can be a challenge. Potty training and bladder control are a part of development that can cause tremendous anxiety for some children and parents. Regarding bed-wetting, at what age should you be worrying about something more serious? What treatment options, if any, are available?

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