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Bed-wetting is a problem that can worry the child and parents alike. Parents become concerned and the child suffers from guilt or embarrassment. It might happen when the child is very much exhausted or when he feels insecure. However, occasionally this turns to be a regular problem.

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Dr Sahare Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012 3:47:26 AM(UTC)
Has Desmopressin been tried. We use it in Uk. I would suggest you contact your Paediatrician for a trial.
priyanka desai Posted: Friday, December 7, 2012 4:12:58 PM(UTC)
I think you should train your child for at least 10 to 12 weeks kids brain is not so sharp to get the signal so easily.
be patient in the process as, if it affects the psychology of kids it can create disaster...
Anil Sirohi Posted: Friday, December 7, 2012 3:52:25 PM(UTC)
My 11 year old boy still wets the bed from birth and I am not sure what to do? he is a normal boy, lots of time we use a alarm and 2-3 times in night check and and say pass the urine bet most of time he was already wet, we replaced the bed sheets and he was wet again this morning. Twice in one night!

what we do and inform me if and tablets/ medicine ????????

Please guide us