Tired of waiting for your child to outgrow:
• pee accidents?
• poop accidents?
"M.O.P. saved my sanity and my daughter's self-esteem."—Marta Bermudez, Sugar Land, Texas
"An incredible resource. Dr. Hodges takes out the shame and brings updated science-based advice."—Tina Payne Bryson, Ph.D., New York Times bestselling co-author of The Whole-Brain Child
The M.O.P. Anthology 5th Edition
— Completely Updated and Overhauled!
Steve Hodges, M.D.
Professor of Pediatric Urology,Wake Forest University School of Medicine
Expert in enuresis, encopresis, and toilet training
BedwettingAndAccidents.com is a resource for parents, medical professionals, therapists, and teachers and is run jointly by pediatric urologist Steve Hodges, M.D., and health journalist Suzanne Schlosberg.
Our unique materials respect children's feelings and intelligence and are grounded in rigorous scientific research.
Our approach is based on the proven premise that virtually all cases of enuresis and encopresis are caused by chronic constipation — not by behavior issues, “deep sleep,” an underdeveloped bladder, stress, or hormonal imbalance.
M.O.P. is an enema-based regimen that stops bedwetting and accidents far better than medication, alarms, or Miralax. And it's recommended by experts at Mayo Clinic. Pre-M.O.P. combines suppositories and laxatives and can save families from the financial and emotional costs of treating enuresis and encopresis.
M.O.P. — for children 3 to 18 with enuresis and/or encopresis.
Pre-M.O.P. - for constipated babies, toddlers.
"This group is a wealth of insight, information, kindness and connection. I wish I'd joined months ago."
— member of private M.O.P. support group
1.) not kids’ fault
2.) totally fixable
3.) quite common
“My son hasn’t had a single accident at school since starting kindergarten. HUGE WIN! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for being the best advocate for children struggling with enuresis and encopresis in the U.S. and maybe the world!”
To discuss your child's situation with Dr. Hodges, become a member of our private support groups or schedule a Facetime or phone consultation.
Steve Hodges, M.D.
Professor of Pediatric Urology,
Wake Forest University Medical Center
Health and parenting writer