Bedwetting And Accidents - BOOKS FOR PARENTS
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M.O.P. for Teens and Tweens is written for middle-school and high-school students, but we advise parents to read it.
“Every family dealing with accidents or bedwetting should own these engaging and eye-opening books!”
– Amy McCready, Positive Parenting Solutions
The M.O.P. Book gives you access to everything Dr. Hodges has learned about resolving bedwetting and accidents. The book is based on his published research, his experience treating thousands of patients, and reports from parents in his “toughest cases” Facebook group. Read the table of contents!
"To say this protocol was a lifesaver is a understatement."
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“M.O.P. works radically better than anything else.”
– James Sander, MD, Director of Pediatric Urology, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance, Edinburg, TX
Pre-M.O.P. is a regimen that resolves chronic constipation in babies, toddlers, and preschool-age children. Pre-M.O.P. is also appropriate for potty-training youngsters who are struggling to poop on the toilet.
Pre-M.O.P. involves laxatives and suppositories. The protocol is designed to prevent very young children with chronic constipation from later developing enuresis (wetting) and/or encopresis (poop accidents).
The premise behind Pre-M.O.P. is simple: Act early, and you can save your child from years of discomfort, distress, and damaged self-esteem, and save yourself from the financial and emotional costs of treating enuresis and encopresis in your child.
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Did you know teenage bedwetting is more common than autism?
That's right. About 1 in 50 teens have enuresis. About 1 in 54 kids have autism. But bedwetting in older kids carries such a stigma that you never hear about it.
Teens with bedwetting and/or daytime accidents have a treatable condition that simply has not been treated properly. Instead, these kids are assured, year after year, “Don’t worry, you’ll outgrow it.”
Of course they worry!
We can help. It is absolutely NOT too late to successfully treat pee or poop accidents in teens