1.reduce water/juice/fluid intake after 7 pm
2.Use toilet before going to bed
3.Reduce/stop coffee/tea/soft drinks use
4.Consult physician to rule out infection/endocrinal issues
remember,about 1 in 20 teenagers will continue to have bedwetting issues as they are growing.
Bedweting may be a annoying and irritable condition in many individuals . And it brings down self esteem and invidual losses his confidence. Before discussing about this issue you ,what I want to know is frequency ,duration,any situation specific, r u under any kind of drugs treatment ur in. underwent any surgery. Before coming to a conclusion for the condition.
You have not mentioned the duration of your complaints. Please consult a psychiatrist for finding the reason and further management
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