Bedwetting is a common childhood problem. Many children between the ages of two and four who master toilet training during the day, will experience episodes of bedwetting through the night. In many cases, the nighttime bedwetting incidents will gradually decrease until they have completely ceased around the age of five or six. . . . Learn More
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