Bedwetting in Teenagers and Young Adults · Continence Foundation of Australia - teens who still wet the bed


Bedwetting (Nocturnal Enuresis) (for Teens) - KidsHealth teens who still wet the bed

Bedwetting can be embarrassing and upsetting for teens, but there are Someone with primary nocturnal enuresis has wet the bed since he or she was a baby. The bladder is a muscular receptacle, or holding container, for pee (urine ).

Many teens outgrow bed-wetting before they become adults. By age 18, only about 1.5 percent of males and 0.5 percent of females still wet the.

This is called nocturnal enuresis. It can be a problem for both young men and women. Most teenagers and young adults who wet the bed have done so since.

Teenage bedwetting. The medical name for wetting the bed is enuresis ( pronounced: en-yuh-ree-sis). Bed wetting is fairly common among ordinary, mature and.

How common is bedwetting in school-age children and teens? . Is there treatment for older children and teens who wet the bed? Yes.