Pediatric Enuresis, or bedwetting, is characterized by nighttime urinary incontinence in children older than 5 years that occurs at least twice per week.
Your child’s bedwetting can lead to psychological distress, particularly in social situations.
Before a diagnosis of bedwetting can be made, your child’s doctor must rule out other causes of sleeplessness, like other sleep disorders, physical and psychological disorders, poor sleep hygiene, and sleep-disrupting medications.
Bedwetting can lead to stress and anxiety, resulting in low self-esteem. Check out the video for tips on how to deal with the disorder, and if the bed wetting continues, be sure to schedule an appointment with your pediatrician. You’re not alone – help is available.
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