Effective ways to help your child avoid bedwetting

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For many parents, the assumption is that once the trials of potty training have been navigated it is goodbye to nappies and pull-ups. However lots of children take many years to become fully dry overnight. Not only is this usually normal, but it is typically something that will sort itself out with a bit of time and patience. If you are worried about your child not yet being dry overnight take a look at my recent Patient article for some advice and tips.

 

 

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