Natural stopping of bedwetting

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When can we tell that a child is about to naturally stop bedwetting?

💧 When a child who has never woken up during sleep in the past, begins to wake up and asks to go to the bathroom.

💧 When the urine stains on the sheets are becoming smaller and smaller. This indicates that the child is able to stop the urination after it started, as the bladder sphincter muscles contract and consequently stop the urination.

💧 When the child’s wetting hours are postponed toward the mornings. This indicates a proper functioning of the restraint mechanism for an extended period of time. In addition, the child manages to avoid getting wet in the first shift of the night, which is characterized by deep sleep, although it is more difficult to resist it.

💧 When the child has less and less wet nights. However, if this situation lingers on, it might indicate that the learning process is incomplete and that in some situations the child’s restraint mechanism is not functioning properly.

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