Understanding Bedwetting


The key to helping your child through their bedwetting stage is understanding bedwetting. During this time, your child may experience a loss of confidence, anxiety, or feelings of shame, embarrassment and confusion. Providing love and support, combined with knowledge and helpful solutions will be invaluable to your child on their path to dry nights.

Nocturnal Enuresis

Nocturnal enuresis is the medical term for bedwetting. It applies specifically to children who have always wet the bed. Find out more information about the best ways to deal with this developmental hurdle, here.

Secondary Enuresis

Secondary enuresis occurs when a child has been dry for six months or more and then begins wetting the bed again. Learn about the different forms of secondary enuresis, as well as causes and treatments, here. The cause of bedwetting for a child who has always wet the bed is usually fairly common bladder development delays, amongst other causes, which generally iron themselves out over time.

Bedwetting Facts

There is so much information floating around about bedwetting. Here, we separate the fact from the fiction to provide you with reliable resources and practical, proven tips for managing bedwetting with your little one.

Bedwetting Myths

While myths can be entertaining, when it comes to bedwetting many are completely untrue and can be harmful to your child’s progress during this very common stage. Here, we show you how to avoid traps.