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Bedwetting FAQs Answered

Is bedwetting normal?

The first thing to realise about bedwetting is that you are not alone. In fact, parents are often very surprised when they hear how common it actually is. It is estimated that approximately 15 - 20% of 5 year olds wet the bed on a regular basis. So in a class of 20 kindergarten children, that is at least 3 children. This drops to around 10% by age 7.

What age should my child stop wetting the bed?

The time between achieving day time continence and night time dryness can vary from child-to-child and many children continue to wet the bed up to the age of 5 or 6.

Does deep sleep cause bedwetting?

While deep sleeping is not the cause of bedwetting, children who sleep very soundly do find it particularly difficult to respond and wake up to a full bladder. And therefore are slightly more likely to wet the bed.

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Bedwetting Info

What Is Bedwetting?
Myths And Facts
Solutions And Management
Useful Resources

What is bedwetting?

Bedwetting simply refers to the uncontrollable passing of urine during sleep. It is treatable, unintentional, and very common in children.

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Myths and Facts

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Solutions and Management

Solutions and Managementy refers to the uncontrollable passing of urine during sleep. It is treatable, unintentional, and very common in children.

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Useful Resources

Useful Resourcesrefers to the uncontrollable passing of urine during sleep. It is treatable, unintentional, and very common in children.

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