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    Bedwetting help
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    meganamom posted:
    I have a child who wet the bed nightly until age eight. Most children who wet the bed nightly have a sleep pattern in which the brain and the bladder are not communicating. My child stopped bedwetting by using a bedwetting alarm. It took about 8 weeks of consistent use... now we have had years of dry nights. I recommend the children's book, Prince Bravery and Grace - Attack of the Wet Knights Its great for children about ages 6-10 who wet the bed. Its fun and clever way of opening up communication about stopping bedwetting. http://www.braveryandgrace.com

    Never ever punish a child for bedwetting . Patience and team work are best to solve the problem.
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