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What to do if Your Child is Wetting

  • Phil Watts
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Abstract

By the age of three years, apart from the occasional ‘accident’, the great majority of children are dry by day, and by four years they are dry at night too. Failure to be completely dry (or continent, to use the proper term) is known as enuresis and although the majority of enuretic children wet only at night, a proportion of them also wet themselves during the day.

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References

  1. Rutter, M., Helping Troubled Children, Penguin Books, 1975.Google Scholar

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© Macmillan Publishers Limited 1985

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  • Phil Watts

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