Developing bladder control that lasts through the night doesn’t happen on a defined schedule, and many children can take longer than their peers to stop wetting the bed. The key is to set children up for success to help reduce the chance of bedwetting (which is also known as sleep enuresis or nocturnal enuresis). However, bedwetting isn’t a problem that only children face. Whether you’re trying to help your child or yourself, you can control the bedwetting with some patience and dedication.
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