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I wet the bed as a child and I do not think anything would have helped as I was just a deep sleeper and grew out of it in my early teens. I went on to adopt two kids and swore they would never be told of for wetting their beds. My solution was to make very little of it with the help of investing in 2 fully platic specialist mattereses, similar to the ones you find in caravan holiday camps. Basically no offensive smells in the bedrooms, just strip the beds and wash down with shampoo ect I found that the products on the market were useless to prevent mattresses being ruined. Plastic covers not working effectively and difficult to wash. The mattress cost £70.00 each from the internet and when the kids no longer needed them I gave them away on freecycle to a mum who appreciated them. Therefore another generation of children avoiding the useless pointless repremands for bedwetting, Result.

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I read a article written by a doctor recently.

It told that part of the problem with bed wetting by children was not only full bladder at bed time but also the child was constipated.

Told to give a nightly enema.

This will stop the bed wetting.

I read this again on a web page.

I just purchased the rubber reusable enema bulb syringe.

I have not given him a enema yet. Will soon start.

Has any one else read this remedy?

How did it work?

The doctor cited case after case of success stories wherein the child was given a enena at bed time.

There may be constipation even when there are no signs of that.

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