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A bedwetting alarm is recommended to stop bedwetting in children. However, initially the child may hesitate in using a bedwetting alarm. The main reasons can be discomfort and inconvenience. As many bedwetting alarms are big, bulky and face difficulty to set up process, so probably your child might like to avoid its use.
Is it Right? please suggest me.
 

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What age is the child? I think it would just be cruel and pointless if they are not physiologically ready to be dry at night.
 

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It's frustrating for children and adults, when you do not understand why or can not control what you think you need. Therefore, when it comes to incontinence, it's good to talk with your child openly to help them understand why they have a weak bladder. This can assure them that it's not their fault, and that they did not do anything wrong. To keep children staying dry at night, the body needed to do three things;
Monitor the amount of urine produced
Keep urine in the bladder
Wake up at night to go to the toilet, if the bubble is full:crying:
Many children sleep very deeply and do not take signals that their bladder needs to be emptied, the muscles of the bladder can be overactive or the brain does not produce enough hormone to slow urine production by the kidneys. Any of these problems can lead to weakness of the bladder - both in moisturizing and moisturizing. However, as children grow up and develop their bodies, these problems are usually solved by themselves.
 
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