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My son is 6 years old. How can I help him stop wetting the bed at night? But he's fully trained during the day. I remember that I used to wet in bed when I was his age. Maybe it is hereditary. Anyway I need some help here. Thank you.

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Whatever you do, try not to scold or punish your son for wetting the bed. You don't want to make him feel bad about something he can't control. Although most experts consider bed-wetting normal until age 6, when only 10 -15 % of kids still wet the bed. And if your child is a deep sleeper, the process is even more difficult. He hasn't yet learned to wake himself up and head for the potty when his bladder feels full. I understand your problem, but I can’t tell you how to stop it. However, I doubt that it is something hereditary. Anyway, I think it is the best to ask for professional help.
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