Stories & News Latest news New guide to childhood daytime wetting launched ERIC's Guide to Childhood Daytime Wetting explains why wetting during the day happens and what to do to manage or treat it. It also explains how the body makes wee and what jobs the kidneys, ureters and bladder do. The guide details how to avoid bladder problems by drinking 6-8 cups of water a day, avoiding drinks like coca cola and tea, emptying the bladder properly several times a day, and getting checked for underlying problems like constipation, Urinary Tract Infections, an overactive bladder and dysfunctional voiding.The guide suggests people to talk to for help with daytime wetting such as the school nurse, GP or continence advisor. With the publication of this guide, ERIC's set of guides to the main four children's bowel and bladder problems are complete. These include: ERIC's Guide to Potty Training ERIC's Guide to Childhood Bowel Problems ERIC's Guide to Night Time Wetting ERIC's Guide to Childhood Daytime Wetting See the Guides to Children's Bowel and Bladder Problems page for more ERIC resources. Bulk copies can be ordered by calling 0117 301 2100 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.