Bedwetting: Causes, Diagnosis & Treatment

Bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is common among children and typically outgrown over time. It can be influenced by factors like developmental delay, genetics, bladder capacity, hormonal imbalance, urinary tract infections, and psychological issues. While usually a normal part of development, persistent bedwetting after age 7-8 or alongside other symptoms may warrant medical advice. Techniques to manage bedwetting include consistent sleep routines, limiting pre-bedtime fluids, positive reinforcement, and the use of bedwetting alarms. The Dr. Helena Taylor clinic offers multidisciplinary support for children dealing with bedwetting.

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