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Bedwetting: Tips for Sleeping Away from Home

Use these tips from experts to help a bedwetting child stay dry when he's away from home.

Bedwetting and Sleepovers: 9 Tips for Staying Dry continued...

Following tips like these can really help your child enjoy dry nights when he's sleeping away from home. Yet sometimes the excitement of the sleepover itself is all that’s necessary.

That’s because the exhilaration of camp or staying with friends can keep a child from sleeping as deeply as they do at home. The result: They wake up in the night when they have to go to the bathroom, or they wake up just enough to sense and then stop a bladder contraction. In short, they stay dry.

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Reviewed on February 25, 2012

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