17 Year-Old Bedwetter Now Worry-Free & College Bound

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A mom from California sent a lovely note (who writes hand-written notes anymore) regarding the relief her senior in high school is feeling now that he has completed our bedwetting treatment program.

 

Mom advises parents to stop listening to the same old promise of outgrowing bedwetting and only wishes she had found our bedwetting solution sooner.

 

Dear Karen and ETC staff;

I never thought my son would continue wetting into high school.  He was entering his senior year of high school when he refused to go to the doctor for a Well Visit.  He told me he did not see the point; he was fine, except for wetting the bed every night.  He was tired of being told not to worry that he would outgrow the bedwetting and he reminded mom that the year before he was told by his doctor that he would not be wetting his bed when he graduated from high school.

 

I finally realized I needed to locate an enuresis expert.  I was a bit worried about your clinic being in Michigan with us being in California, but read about your experience facilitating treatment from a distance.  It was a relief to find someone who would develop a treatment plan for a teenager.

 

Everything worked to a tee.  Thanks for giving us Karen MacKay, RN, she is the best.

 

Our family is looking forward to sending our son off to college knowing that the bedwetting is in his past and he can finally feel normal.

 

My advice to other parents is to stop listening to the promise that your child will “outgrow the bedwetting”.

Keep up the great work!

Andrew’s mom

 

Source:  www.nobedwetting.com

6 replies
  1. Kammy Ladd
    Kammy Ladd says:

    What is your program? How does it work? I have a 17 year old son who still wets the bed, he was prescribed medication that sometimes help, but he also doesn’t take it like he should. I’m interested in helping him find a solution to this problem.

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    • Leslie MIller
      Leslie MIller says:

      Dear Kammy,
      Please contact our bedwetting clinic so we can have a private conversation. We have 42 years of experience working with all ages, especially teenagers. Our goal for your son is the highest quality sleep PLUS a dry bed.

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  2. Anonymous
    Anonymous says:

    I’m 17 years old and I still wet the bed occasionally sometimes for a week straight .. when I was 12 I stopped being all together but when I turned 15 it started again and it hasn’t stopped since the strange thing when I go out to other people houses I never pee it’s only when I’m in my own bed usually .. PLEASE THIS IS EMBARRASSING HOW DO I STOP . I’m soon be a senior I don’t want to have this problem anymore

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    • Leslie MIller
      Leslie MIller says:

      Please contact our bedwetting clinic so we can have a private conversation. We have 42 years of experience working with all ages, especially teenagers. Bedwetting is not your fault. You sleep very deeply and because of this sleep pattern, your brain cannot receive a signal from your bladder causing an involuntary release of urine. Your brain needs to be taught a different way of sleeping, more responsive. The good news – your brain can learn and adopt a new, more productive pattern of sleep. We know this to be true because we have been putting a stop to teens bed wetting for four decades. Our goal for you is the highest quality sleep PLUS a dry bed.

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