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Potty Genius Blog — Common Potty Training Problems

wetting the bed at night

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Wetting the Bed at Night


Many children continue wetting the bed at night for years after finishing toilet training. Although this can be upsetting, it is not usually a sign of a serious problem and is considered normal up to at least age five. Even at age seven, 5 to 10% of children in the United States still wet the bed. Without any treatment at all, 15% of these children will stop wetting each year, although a small number may continue to do so as adults.

by Anna Kaplan, MD
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How to Handle a Potty Training Accident


One of the main questions that parents have when beginning the process of potty training is concerning how to handle accidents. It is good that those questions come up because those who haven’t yet considered what they’ll do when an accident occurs are often caught off guard and unprepared. That predicament can lead to anger, and that is the worst way to respond. Some common questions that parents should consider before even starting potty training include:

by Angie Long

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