October 25, 2014
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Bedwetting

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What are the options?

An estimated 15% of bedwetters outgrow this condition without the use of treatment each year. Unfortunately, based on this statistic, there is still an 85% chance that without treatment, your child will still be wetting the bed a year from now.

Bedwetting may be a medical condition that is beyond your child's control, but there are safe and effective ways to help them stay dry at night. And aside from keeping your child dry at night, treating bedwetting has been shown to improve the child's self-esteem. In other words, treating bedwetting can help your child feel good about themselves.

So what are your options? Read on to find out.


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