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If your child age 4 to 9 wets the bed and/or has daytime pee accidents. . .
Have you been told bedwetting at your child's age is normal, and your child is sure to outgrow it? Unsure whether to take action or what to do?
Your child age 10+ wets the bed and/or has daytime pee accidents. . .
Tired of waiting for your child to outgrow bedwetting? Are you at a dead end with your pediatrician, urologist or GI doc? Wondering what's causing the wetting — maybe stress or anxiety?
 
MUST-READ BLOG POSTS:
•Teenage Bedwetting: Everything You've Been Told is Wrong
•Don't Assume Your Child Will Outgrow Bedwetting
•Is Bedwetting a Sign of Bullying?
•Bedwetting Medication Doesn’t Work — Here’s What Does
•About The M.O.P. Book: The Only Proven Way to STOP Bedwetting and Accidents
•5 Ways to Disagree With Your Doctor About Bedwetting Treatment
MOST RELEVANT FREE DOWNLOADS:
•12 Signs Your Child is Constipated
•When to X-ray a Child for Constipation
•How's Your Poop?
MUST-READ BOOKS:
The M.O.P. Book: A Guide to the Only Proven Way to STOP Bedwetting and Accidents
•It's No Accident
If your child has poop accidents (encopresis). . .
Encopresis is always caused by severe constipation. It not a behavioral issue. Most kids with encopresis can't feel the poop coming out, because their stretched rectum has lost sensation. The good news: With aggressive treatment, encopresis resolves much more quickly than daytime or nighttime wetting.
 
MUST-READ BLOG POSTS:
•Encopresis: What Doctors Get Wrong
•4 Miralax Facts You Didn't Know
•About The M.O.P. Book: The Only Proven Way to STOP Bedwetting and Accidents
•Daily Enemas Are Really, Truly Safe for Constipated Children
•Why Daytime Accidents Resolve Before Bedwetting
MOST RELEVANT FREE DOWNLOADS:
•12 Signs Your Child is Constipated
•How's Your Poop?
•9 Kid-Tested Ways to Make Enemas Less Scary
MUST-READ BOOKS:
The M.O.P. Book: A Guide to the Only Proven Way to STOP Bedwetting and Accidents
•Bedwetting and Accidents Aren't Your Fault
•Jane and the Giant Poop
 
Your child is struggling with potty training . . .
Potty-training struggles mean one of two things: 1.) your child is constipated or 2.) your child isn't ready to train. It's critical to clear up constipation before you resume training and to wait until a child has the maturity to pee and poop in a timely manner. Potty training is prime time for children to develop the holding habit!
You've heard of M.O.P. and want to know more . . .
The Modified O'Regan Protocol works far better than Miralax or any other method for resolving bedwetting, daytime pee accidents, poop accidents, and recurrent urinary tract infections. Chances are, your doctor has not heard of M.O.P. and will push back against daily enema treatment. Don't be deterred!
 
 
If your child is constipated but not having accidents. . .
The same severity of constipation that causes accidents in some kids "merely" gives other kids stomach aches and makes pooping painful and difficult. These struggles can linger into adulthood, so it's important to treat constipation aggressively now!