CHOP Experts Weigh in on Bedwetting

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For many kids, bedwetting (also called nocturnal enuresis) is a common problem that can affect their lives socially and psychologically. Luckily, there are treatment options, including medications, lifestyle changes, and bedwetting alarms to wake the child at night when they’ve had a wetting incident.

Amanda Berry, PhD, MSN, CPNP, pediatric nurse practitioner in the Division of Urology at CHOP, and Stephen Zderic, MD, pediatric urologist, provide insight to The Philadelphia Inquirer on what causes bedwetting, how to support your child, and tips for treating and stopping nighttime wetting.


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