Daytime wetting is anything from damp patches in your child’s pants to a full-blown wee accident. Our expert information can help children stop wetting.
Children wetting themselves during the day is very common: one in seven children aged four and one in 20 children aged nine are affected. You and your family are not alone in dealing with this issue. We are here to help and our information can guide you through stopping the wee accidents.
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