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3 days ago - By Scary Mommy
It's okay if your kid needs a bedwetting alarm. It may seem embarrassing, but it happens to a lot of kids - and, sometimes adults. Bedwetting , also known as nocturnal enuresis, is commonly seen in children five and under. But sometimes, bedwetting is a sign that something is medically wrong. For older children and adults, it may be an indication of urinary tract infections or sleep apnea. The topic of toddlers' and kids' sleep is, well, complicated. RELATED: Toddler Sleep Training & OK-To-Wake Alarm Clocks To Help You - And Your Tot - Get More Zzzz's What is a bedwetting alarm? In short...
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