Enuresis Treatment Center

Successfully treating the deep sleep that causes bedwetting

Warning – Outgrowing Bedwetting – When?

A dad from California called our clinic inquiring about our bedwetting treatment program for his 16 year old son.  When I asked if there was any history of sleep disorders or bedwetting in the family, I was met with silence.

Quietly he told me he needed help for his son and then help for himself.  He said the first round of wetting his bed stopped around 15, which is why he waited so long to seek help for his son.  Plus, his pediatrician reassured him his son would stop by the end of 8th grade.  Dad said he knew that was not the truth, because bedwetting showed up again when he was 27 and has continued.

The good news… we have 40 years of experience ending bedwetting for adults as well as teenagers and children.
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