The M.O.P. Book: Anthology 4th Edition (PDF)
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If your family is worn out from your child’s struggles with bedwetting and/or daytime accidents, you will be grateful for The M.O.P. Book: Anthology Edition.
The 4th edition is a vastly expanded and updated version of Dr. Steve Hodges’ groundbreaking guide to resolving enuresis (bedwetting and daytime pee accidents) and encopresis (poop accidents). The book is for parents who are tired of waiting for their child to “outgrow” accidents and who think they have “tried everything.” Experts at Mayo Clinic call M.O.P. “incredibly effective.” Parents call it “life changing” and “a life saver.”
M.O.P. stands for the Modified O’Regan Protocol, named for Sean O’Regan, M.D., a pioneer in bedwetting research. The four-phase regimen, combining enemas and laxatives, has been modified by pediatric urologist Steve Hodges, M.D., of Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Published research shows M.O.P. is the only reliable solution to bedwetting and daytime accidents — far more effective than medication, bedwetting alarms, or Miralax.
M.O.P. is based on a simple, proven fact: bedwetting is caused by chronic, severe constipation. Stool piles up in the rectum, pressing against the bladder nerves; only when the rectum is cleared out on a daily basis can it shrink back to size, stop aggravating the bladder, and regain the tone and sensation to full evacuate daily. The 4th edition of the Anthology includes Dr. Hodges’ updated guidance on Ex-Lax, oil-retention enemas (the Double M.O.P. regimen), and large-volume enemas (M.O.P.+).
The Anthology also includes tracking calendars for parents and children; “The Physician’s Guide to M.O.P,” created for parents to hand to their medical professionals; and “Answers to 53 Questions About M.O.P.,” a compilation of helpful posts from Dr. Hodges’ private Facebook support group for parents.
New to the 4th edition: the introduction to “M.O.P. for Teens and Tweens,” which offers bedwetting kids ages 10 to 18 encouragement and explanations they can relate to.
Guidance in The M.O.P. Anthology supersedes advice in Dr. Hodges’ acclaimed first book, It’s No Accident, also written with veteran health and parenting author Suzanne Schlosberg. Dr. Hodges and Suzanne also have collaborated with illustrator Cristina Acosta on three related — and very clever! —
“M.O.P. works radically better than anything else.”
– James Sander, MD, Director of Pediatric Urology, Doctors Hospital at Renaissance
"To say this protocol was a lifesaver is an understatement."
– Verified amazon purchaser