Resolving the Toughest Bedwetting Cases

I’ve spent the better part of five years advocating daily enemas as the most reliable and lasting way to resolve bedwetting, pee accidents, and poop accidents. The regimen I believe in — the Modified O’Regan Protocol (M.O.P.) — is based on the research of Sean O’Regan, M.D., and my own clinical experience. I’ve essentially staked my reputation on M.O.P. Yet several times a week I receive emails saying: “M.O.P. isn’t working. Maybe constipation isn’t the reason for my child’s bedwetting. What now?” I share these families’ frustration. A daily enema program is no small commitment for parents and children; to follow M.O.P. diligently and get no results is monumentally discouraging. But here’s t

Another Preschooler Threatened With Suspension For Potty Accidents

The other day I received an email from a distraught Atlanta mom. Her 5-year-old is about to be suspended from preschool for having too many accidents. "If he is not potty trained after Christmas break," the school wrote, "we will have to ask him not to return to school until he is. We hope you understand." My first reaction: No, the school needs to understand. The child's accidents have nothing to do "potty training" and everything to do with chronic, severe constipation. The boy has no control over his accidents, and ultimatums will not change that. My second reaction: Oh, man, here we go again. Please find the rest of the post at

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