Should You Be Concerned About Your Child’s Bed-wetting? (Infographic)

What's normal and not

Your son wet the bed — again. You’re frustrated, but should you be worried? Experts from Cleveland Clinic’s Glickman Urological Pediatric Incontinence clinic say most children with bed-wetting do not have an underlying medical problem. Find out what causes bed-wetting, what’s normal and not, what helps (and just as important) what doesn’t.

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Should You Be Concerned About Your Child’s Bed-wetting? (Infographic)

Should You Be Concerned About Your Child’s Bed-wetting? (Infographic)