Busting Bedwetting Myths

Introduction - Welcome to our busting bedwetting myths series!

Bedwetting is a normal part of childhood. In fact, most parents will need to manage bedwetting with their children until about the age of five. One in three children still wet th... MORE HERE

Myth 1 – Kids can choose when they stop wetting the bed

Most of us don’t have to think twice about going to the bathroom. When nature calls, we answer. We’re in control of when we go and when we don’t. While most childre... MORE HERE

Myth 2 – Kids simply outgrow bedwetting

Kids grow up pretty fast during their first five years. While they may grow out of their toys and their clothes (faster than we would like!), it’s a common misconception that a... MORE HERE

Myth 3 - Rewards are the best way to stop bedwetting

How many times have you rewarded (or bribed!) your kids in the hope of them being good? Rewarding kids is a common tactic used by parents as a way of helping their kids develop posit... MORE HERE

Myth 4 - Bedwetting doesn’t run in the family

As we've seen throughout this blog, stopping bedwetting can be a difficult and stressful process, not only for the child but also for the parents. It may not necessarily be a coincid... MORE HERE

Myth 5 - There is nothing you can do to treat bedwetting

In this last post of our myth-busting series, we deal with one of the most important misconceptions about bedwetting: that it can't be treated. Throughout this series, we've discusse... MORE HERE

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1. Myint M et al. J Pediatr Urol 2016;12:112e1-112e6