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How can structural or anatomical abnormalities cause secondary bedwetting?

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An abnormality in the organs, muscles, or nerves involved in urination can cause incontinence or other urinary problems that could show up as bedwetting.

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Bedwetting Causes from eMedicineHealth

Reviewed by Amita Shroff on May 18, 2018

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Bedwetting Causes from eMedicineHealth

Reviewed by Amita Shroff on May 18, 2018

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