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Stop Wetting the Bed at Night

call_main_imageHere is a letter a mom sent to us.  We truly appreciate the kind words about her daughter’s success with our bed wetting solution.

Dear Susan and Barbara,

“We are grateful to you for helping Carrie overcome her nighttime enuresis problem.  We are thrilled to think that after only five months, she has gone from being an almost nightly bed wetter, to being dry every night.  We asked the doctor over and over how to stop bedwetting in older child.  We were tired of the ONLY suggestion – wait.

Achieving this success with hour bed-wetting treatment has helped her self-esteem tremendously.  Carrie is almost nine years old, and has a fraternal twin sister and an older brother.  Her sister never had a problem with enuresis from the time she reached the age of three.  Carrie did not like being the only one in the family wetting the bed at night.

Carrie is also receiving help for ADHA (“Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.”) and we began to see the bedwetting and ADHD connection.   She has asked me on more than one occasion.  “Why is everything wrong with me?”  It broke my heart to hear her ask that, and while it was easy to list many positive traits about Carrie, I could understand her feelings of discouragement.

Until Carrie was seven, we had chosen to let nature take its course and we hoped that she would grow out of the problem.  We let her wear Pull-Ups and GoodNites to bed and never made any big deal over her bedwetting problem.  As I mentioned earlier, it was nearly a nightly occurrence and this seemed to be the least stressful path to take.  Once she turned seven, I wanted to take a more proactive stand and I ordered a bedwetting alarm.  We tried using it, had no idea what was the right steps to take and she hated feeling responsible when it did not wake her.  After awhile it became apparent that nothing was improving.  The next step we took was to try the nasal spray, DDAVP.  Carrie was dry the first night, but not the second or third.  It almost seemed hopeless when that didn’t work.  I also realized all along that the so called bedwetting medication would only be a temporary fix anyway.

At this point in time I called my sister because I thought that a couple of her children might have had problems with nighttime enuresis.  She told me about looking for ensures therapy and found you.  She said you had the best bed wetting solution in the United States!  Your long standing bedwetting center helped her teens with their teen bedwetting problem – two daughters at ages eighteen and thirteen.  I looked up Enuresis on the Internet and found information about the center there.  Then I called, scheduled an appointment and the rest is history –along with the wet nights.

One bonus from this process is that Carrie was able to see the results of working diligently to reach a goal.  We started seeing the results very early on and that encourages us to keep working.  She was a trooper, and she feels proud of her accomplishment.  From the beginning the Enuresis Treatment Center gave us a real treatment plan (stop wetting the bed at night!)  and ….hope, and now that we’ve reached the end we can definitely say that it gave us results.  Thank you Susan and Barbara for your cheerleading, patience, help, and encouragement.  You were terrific!”

Sincerely yours,

Cheryl, Carrie and Family

Illinois


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Our specialists have helped children and teens stop wetting the bed at night since 1975.  We can help regardless of where you live.

Bed Wetting Help – 9 Year Old’s New Years Resolution

A mom of a nine-year-old boy decided it was time to stop being patient.  Every Well Visit provided the same message from her Pediatrician “Be patient, he will outgrow the bedwetting.”  Karen acknowledge her son was somewhat bothered by the nightly “accidents” but thought it was not a significant problem.

 

Just before the holiday break she received an email from her son’s teacher that he refused to complete a simple project.  Karen learned the project was to make one New Year’s Resolution and read to the class.  Her son left it blank, refusing to write anything on the paper.   In early January as mom was tucking her son in bed, he revealed a small sheet of paper with his New Year’s Resolution – I will stop wetting my bed.  Then he began to sob.

 

So, you think bedwetting is just a “wet sheet” problem?  The nine-year-old boy, still waiting to outgrow it didn’t think so.  Of all the New Year’s resolution a nine-year-old can make, this child resolved to stop wetting his bed – and broke down sobbing – as if the problem was his fault and he could stop if he really tried.

 

Feelings of failure, of being “different”, low self-esteem and hopelessness are the constant companions of the child who suffers from bedwetting. All they want is bedwetting help.  

 

Children who wet the bed will do anything to hide their disorder, even if it requires defying a teacher.  The suffer in silence and inside themselves they live apart from other children, suffering with their secret and dreading the nighttime.

 

The next time your doctor says not to worry, your child will outgrow bedwetting and it is really not serious — remember the sobbing little boy’s New Year’s resolution.