Bed-wetting and daytime wetting are common problems that most children grow out of. If the wetting persists, it can frustrate both the child and parents, and lead to issues of self- esteem. There is also the possibility that the wetting is a symptom of an underlying problem.
Cleveland Clinic has established a special bed-wetting clinic staffed with specialists who are experienced in treating both the physical and psychological aspects of the issue. Their first actions are to pinpoint or diagnose the cause. In most instances there are no underlying physical problems. Treatments are tailored to the individual child and can include behavioral therapy, medications and moisture alarms and combinations of these.