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Is Your Kid Bed Wetting? Consult a Doctor
Bed wetting can be a sign of a disease that may need immediate medical attention. That is why consulting a doctor is a must in certain cases. If your child still wets the bed after the age of six, feels pain when urinating, or behaves oddly (e.g., becoming shy or manifesting sexually suggestive behaviours), then it is recommended that you seek medical advice from a professional. Snoring, frequent thirst, and pink urine are also indications that your child needs to be checked by a doctor.
Bed Wetting Teens
It is surprising that about 1 to 2% of fifteen years old would occasionally wet their beds. While there are about 0.5 to 1% of individuals from ages eighteen to sixty-four who would have bladder control problems at night. If you would do a head count, that would be about a hundred of teens who would still wet their sheets at night.
No More Wet Nights: Home Remedy Tips to Stop Bed Wetting
Patience is a virtue, especially for parents of young bed wetters. While children cannot control bed wetting on their own, parents can do something to stop it. Parents can resort to some techniques at home without resorting to medications that not only cost a lot, but also have side effects. Here are some simple home remedy tips to make sure that your child has dry nights.