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Verified by Psychology Today. The Power of Imagination. Do you know someone who wets the bed at night?
I always wait until everyone has left our student house to tiptoe to the shower. You probably wonder why I wake up so early or late. Or why I do the laundry so often, and never invite anyone into my room.
Bedwetting, also known as nocturnal enuresis, is the accidental or involuntary release of urine during sleep. Bedwetting is a common problem among children, even after they have been toilet-trained. Most children gradually stop wetting the bed on their own as they grow older. Usually, children stop wetting the bed between 3 and 5 years of age.
Verified by Psychology Today. Women Who Stray. Wet sheets, stinky mattresses, dirty underwear, hidden under the bed.
I wet the bed the other night. I don't like to admit it, but I wet the bed a fair bit. Maybe one or two times a week.
Mothers provided repeated reports on their child's frequency of bedwetting from 4 to 9 years. The authors used longitudinal latent class analysis to derive latent classes of bedwetting and examined their association with sex, developmental level at 18 months, parental history of wetting, birth weight, and gestational length. There was little evidence that low birth weight and shorter gestation period were associated with bedwetting.
Bedwetting has been accepted within Malaysian families as a perfectly normal occurrence which their children will naturally stop doing eventually. As such, not many families come forward for help when it turns into a problem — that is, when a child is wetting the bed at least twice a week for three consecutive months. Paediatrician Dr Margaret Kannimmel attributes this to a lack of awareness.
Nocturnal enuresisalso called bedwettingis involuntary urination while asleep after the age at which bladder control usually begins. Bedwetting in children and adults can result in emotional stress. Most bedwetting is a developmental delay —not an emotional problem or physical illness.