Daytime wetting and bedwetting are very common in children. Wee accidents can affect a child’s self-esteem and have a big impact on family life. Read our expert information to help get your child dry.
Daytime wetting has several potential causes. It’s important to know the reason why wee accidents are happening in order to properly treat the child.Read more
For your child to stop having wetting accidents they need to drink plenty, exercise the bladder and relax. They might need medication and other treatment too.Read more
Answers to common questions about daytime wetting in children covering drinks, frequency, how boys should wee, special toilet seats, holding on and nappies.Read more
Bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is when children unconsciously wet the bed whilst they're asleep. Find out more about this common childhood condition.Read more
Bedwetting is caused by three main reasons. What are they and how are children treated so they stop wetting the bed? We answer your questions.Read more
Helpful information and signposting to tackle childhood bedwetting. Kids who wet the bed should be assessed by a GP or nurse and can be seen from age five.Read more
Answers to common bedwetting questions covering wearing pull-ups, treatment including Desmopressin & alarms, lifting, teenage denial and nights away from home.Read more