Although most children have dry nights by the time they start school, there are plenty of eight to 15-year-olds who wet the bed, with around 2% of all kids continuing to do so right up to late teens. Bedwetting is more common in boys than girls.
Make sure your child understands that they’re not the only one, nor is it their fault. Kids in this age group are highly likely to be ashamed of their bedwetting and worry that others will find out and they’ll be teased. As a parent it’s your job to be upbeat and compassionate in order to maintain their self-esteem and happiness while you help them through this stage.
Bedwetting is more common in boys than girls.
If one parent wet the bed as a child there is a 43% chance of their child wetting the bed.