The range is very wide regarding bedwetting. Typically a child becomes toilet trained between the ages of two and four. However, some won’t be able to stay dry through the night until they are older.
While bedwetting can be a symptom of an underlying disease, the large majority of children who wet the bed have no underlying disease. In fact, a true organic cause is identified in only a small percentage of children who wet the bed. However, this does not mean that the child who wets the bed can control it or is doing it on purpose. Children who wet the bed are not lazy, willful, or disobedient.
There are two types of bedwetting: primary and secondary. Primary bedwetting refers to bedwetting that has been ongoing since early childhood without a break. A child with primary bedwetting has never been dry at night for any significant length of time. Secondary bedwetting is bedwetting that starts again after the child has been dry at night for a significant period of time (at least six months).
Sometimes a child who has been dry at night will begin to wet the bed again. This may be triggered by family stress or school problems. As a bedwetter’s system matures, they are less likely to wet at night. By the teenage years, or much earlier, almost all bedwetters have outgrown the problem.
The cause is likely to be due to one or more of the following:
* If the child still wets the bed after the age of six.
* If the child starts to wet themselves during the day.
* If the child urinates more than usual, day or night.
* If the child suddenly starts wetting the bed without having done so earlier.
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