Top Five Bedwetting Myths

Top Five Bed-wetting Myths

Bed-wetting is a common problem in children all across the U.S. Parents tend to hear different things about bed-wetting and rarely speak to a professional due to the nature of the topic. Outlined below are the top 5 frequent misconceptions on bed-wetting and ways to improve your child’s outlook on his or her problem. Myth 1: “My Child is Lazy” …

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Dribbling: Bedwetting Children

If you are mom of a young child, chances are you have seen wet spots on your child’s clothing, during the day. Many young children involuntary discharge urine in day time. This is called dribbling. In day time, dribbling usually occurs because your child is too engrossed in an activity such as watching a movie, playing or any other activity …

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Parental Support for Bedwetting

Parental support is the key to a child’s success in anything in life. Overcoming bedwetting is no different.  If you have recently started dealing with a bedwetting child you will be surprised know that there are about 5 to 7 million children in the U.S. who wet their beds. And though children overcome bedwetting at some point, they cannot do …

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Bed-Wetting: Don’t Miss Sleepovers

Summer time means fun and holidays for kids. There are a many activities in the summers such as camping, sleepovers and not to mention going on vacations with the family. Unfortunately, many bed-wetting children often feel discouraged to participate in these activities for the fear of being teased by peers. Children should not be worrying at a time that is …

Is Enema Effective for Bed Wetters?

Is Enema Effective for Bed Wetters?

If you have a young bedwetter at home, you have probably heard of enema. Enema is used to treat chronic and severe constipation, which many studies show is a common cause of bed-wetting in children.  Well, there are many reasons your child is constipated even if he or she is pooping every day. What is Enema? Enema is a liquid treatment technique …

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Bed Wetting in Teens

Talking about bladder issues is never easy for anyone irrespective of age. Bed wetting is even a bigger challenge for teens that often fear being ridiculed or teased among peers. Most teens don’t want to talk openly to their parents or physicians about the emotional and social challenges that come with bed wetting. Why an otherwise perfectly healthy teenager wets …

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Bedwetting Alarms an Effective Solutions to Nighttime Wetting

Bedwetting, medically known as Nocturnal Enuresis, is a problem that affects almost 7 million children in the United States. Enuresis is a relatively common disorder that may result from a medical condition such as constipation or from change in personal environment that creates emotional stress on the child. Bedwetting affects a child’s overall development as many young bedwetters have low …

Chummie Bedwetting Products Now Available in Retail Stores

San Francisco, CA, May 7, 2015 – A growing number of retail stores are now featuring Chummie products because of their high quality, unique design and simply awesome customer support. Award Winning Chummie line of products will soon be available in Sears and K-Mart stores. Chummie products are manufactured by Theos Medical System, a leader in incontinence solutions. Chummie line …

Is Bedwetting Hereditary? - Chummie Bedwetting Blog

Is Bedwetting Hereditary?

Many recent studies show that bedwetting is hereditary. Research shows that if both the parents were bedwetters as children there is a 77% chance that their children will wet the bed too. There are many reasons why a child wets the bed. Sudden bedwetting suggests that there is an evolving medical cause such as a urinary tract infection (UTIs) or …

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Bed-Wetting in Special Needs Children

Bed-wetting is a stressful childhood situation for any child, and perhaps it is more challenging for special needs children. However, bed-wetting is common and treatable. There are many treatment options that can help a special needs child to overcome bed-wetting. One of the ways of stopping bed-wetting in special needs children is to use  a bed-wetting alarm at night. These alarms use …