Nocturnal enuresis , defined as nighttime bedwetting beyond age 5, affects many school-age children and even some teens. It's not a serious health problem, and children usually outgrow it. Still, bedwetting can be upsetting for children and parents. It's important to work with your child's doctors to find possible causes and solutions. Here are some frequently asked questions. Occasional "accidents" are common among children who are toilet trained.
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What are some causes of bedwetting?
It was only third period, but Tracy had already visited the bathroom six times that morning. Sometimes she barely had time to ask the teacher for permission because the urge to pee was so intense. Did she drink too much orange juice for breakfast?