My son had his friend sleep over for the first time last night, and the friend pre-warned me that he wet the bed sometimes, but I let him sleep anyway because I know it's not his fault. I also noticed that he does go to the bathroom alot too. If I was his mother I would be trying to figure this out with a doctor. I know abuse is one reason a child wets the bed, immature bladder function is another (which is what I think this kid's problem is), but I actually dated 2 guys who admitted doing it in their 20's. I know it'smostly a male problem, but it's disturbing. I think it's an attention-thing, you know when the mother doesn't really spend alot of time with her child. This kid's mother hardly ever does anything with her son, and both of those ex boyfriends I had, had horrible mothers. Is there anything to my theory?Answer Question
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Answer by sew4heaven at 12:14 AM on Jul. 15, 2009
Wetting the bed has nothing to do with bladder function. It is a sleep disorder. During normal sleep the brain and bladder comunicate by alerting the brain it's full, this then tells the brain to wake up the body to go to the bathroom. In kids with the sleep problem the communication from bladder to brain is interrupted because the child sleep too heavy and can not wake to go to the bathroom. This can be caused from stress such as child abuse, bullying, etc. But it is hardly ever an attention thing because the child is extremely embarrassed by it.
my daughter became a member of this company and was dry in 3 months and has yet to wet the bed since. That was 5 years ago. Maybe you can give her this site to look into for her son.
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