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    Bedwetting at ages 6, 8 and 10
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    An_246622 posted:
    We have been trying to wait this out, and have tried a malem alarm, but without success so far. Some of them are even wetting twice in one night so if we take them to the bathroom, they wet the bed anyway. The stress and laundry are problematic. We did not have this problem with our 12 year old or 4 year old (although she seems to be wetting on occasion now....).

    Any ideas? Not sure what to do at this point.
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