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At What Age Should Bedwetting Be Treated?

The most common answer to bedwetting is wait, the child will out grow it. That may be the easiest answer but often doesn't work. When your child is still wetting the bed or having daytime leaks at 7, 12 or into their teens, what do you do then?

Dr. Steve Hodges is an Associate Professor of Pediatric Urology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He is an expert in enuresis, encopresis, and toilet training. His article addresses his views on incontinence after the age of 4.

Treat Bedwetting at age 4, not 7!

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