Parenting can be hard;

treating bedwetting doesn’t have to be

You're not alone.

Bedwetting is more common than you think, and help is available. Bedwetting is a treatable medical condition and isn’t your child’s fault.

Be your child’s superhero and help them to stop bedwetting. After all, all superheroes need a good night’s rest.

Why is your child wetting the bed?

Bedwetting is a very common but upsetting medical problem. Many children don’t grow out of bedwetting by the age of five. If your child is still wetting their bed, help is available.

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Help your child stop bedwetting with this superhero checklist, filled with useful tips to keep their nights dry. Save your child’s days by giving back their nights and complete the checklist.

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Unsure how to talk to your child’s doctor or nurse?

Strengthen your superpowers by starting the right conversation with your child’s doctor or nurse. This guide will make sure your child gets the help they need.

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If you have specific questions or concerns, talk to your child's doctor, school nurse, health visitor or pharmacist.

Bladder and Bowel UK offer a confidential helpline. If you would like to speak to someone, email: or phone: 0161 607 8219. You can also visit this website for more information:

More information is also available on ERIC, The Children’s Bowel & Bladder Charity, also offers a confidential helpline. If you would like to speak to someone, phone: 0845 370 8008.

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