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Posted by: Murauro Mercy | 2011/10/06

BEDWETING

what should i do for my son to stop bedweting

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Any good child psychologist should best be able to advise and help here, and most good paediatricians, too, and maybe the paediatrician would be the best place to start, unless you have an exceedingly good GP. There can be some physical causes ( depending on age and history of bedwetting ) which should be checked on, and then simple behaviour therapy usually helps a great deal.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011/10/06

Any good child psychologist should best be able to advise and help here, and most good paediatricians, too, and maybe the paediatrician would be the best place to start, unless you have an exceedingly good GP. There can be some physical causes ( depending on age and history of bedwetting ) which should be checked on, and then simple behaviour therapy usually helps a great deal.

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