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From Nemours' KidsHealth
- Urine Test: Calcium
- Urine Test: Creatinine
- X-Ray Exam: Voiding Cystourethrogram (VCUG)
- Urine Test: Microalbumin-to-Creatinine Ratio
- Urine Test: Protein
- Urine Test: Dipstick
- Kidney Diseases in Childhood
- Definition: Kidney
- Kidneys and Urinary Tract
- Recurrent Urinary Tract Infections and Related Conditions
- Ultrasound: Renal (Kidneys, Ureters, Bladder)
- When Your Child Has a Chronic Kidney Disease
- Urinary Tract Infections
- Wilms Tumor
- Urine Test: 24-Hour Analysis for Kidney Stones
- A to Z: Ureterocele
- What Can I Do About My Child's Bedwetting?
- Blood Test: Bilirubin
- Blood Test: Hepatic (Liver) Function Panel
- Liver Tumors
- A to Z: Jaundice
- A to Z: Atresia, Biliary
- Jaundice in Healthy Newborns
- A to Z: Postoperative Infection
- Stem Cell Transplants
- When Your Child Needs a Liver Transplant
- When Your Child Needs a Kidney Transplant
- Relaxation Techniques for Children With Serious Illness
- Aspiration and Biopsy: Bone Marrow
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What Can I Do About My Child's Bedwetting?
My 12-year-old son still frequently wets the bed. How can I help him?
Bedwetting, or enuresis, affects many older kids and even teens. Although the chances are good that your son will outgrow the condition, consider talking to your doctor, who can help find possible causes and suggest the best treatment.
Treatment might include behavior modification, the use of a bedwetting alarm, medicine, counseling, and other methods. Most important, knowing that he has the support and understanding of his family can help your son to feel less frustrated or ashamed about wetting the bed.
Reviewed by: Rupal Christine Gupta, MD
Date reviewed: September 26, 2016