• It’s time to take
    bedwetting head-on.

    Although most children stop bedwetting by the age of 5, many do not: 6% to 8% of 8-year-olds still wet the bed, and a few still do so in their teens. This can be tough on children and their parents. But together, you can take steps to conquer it.

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Treatment options

There are many treatments available for bedwetting – from alarms, to pills, to melts that don’t even require swallowing.

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Step 1

Recognize the problem.

The first step towards conquering
a problem is to recognize it.
Here you can learn about what
causes bedwetting, who
experiences it, and when to
know if your child may need
medical help.

Step 2

Understand your options.

Some children outgrow
bedwetting, while others require
treatment ranging from alarms
to medications. Talk to your
doctor to understand all your
options and find the right
choice for your child.

Know your
Step 3

Take control.

If bedwetting is a problem for your
child, don’t hesitate: talk to
your doctor. There may be physical or
emotional problems that need to
be addressed. As a team,
you can move forward to find
the right treatment plan and
take back the bed.