M.O.P. for Teens and Tweens
Did you know teenage bedwetting is more common than autism?
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 enuresis and encopresis in teens.
My son is 14. Your teen book made a huge difference with his complete buy-in to M.O.P.
—Member of our private FB support group for parents of teens
1. Read our FAQ for teens and tweens.
2. Read this article: Teenage Bedwetting: Everything You've Been Told is Wrong
3. Purchase M.O.P. for Teens and Tweens for your child.
4. Read the M.O.P. Anthology.
5. Join our private support group for parents of kids ages 10 to 18.
WHERE TO BEGIN
How often does Dr. Hodges respond to questions on the page?Usually within 24 hours.
Can I preview the page before I join?Nope! The page is not only private; it is also “hidden” from view, so only members can see that the page exists. (Scroll down to see a sampling of recent questions posted.)
How do I join?Click below! As explained on the Pricing for Parents page, the first month costs $68 and includes unlimited access to the Facebook group as well as the M.O.P. Tracker and 2-minute video. Within one day you will receive an email confirming that you have been invited to join the page. You can then sign onto Facebook, “accept” the invitation and can start posting! After the first month, you can purchase membership for $34/month.
Can I join more than one group if I have kids in multiple age groups?Yes! Please email Suzanne to discuss your situation. Once you pay, she will give you access to the groups that suit your family.
Can my spouse be added at no additional cost?Yes!
What kinds of questions do parents post on the page?All kinds! Here’s a sampling of recent questions posted: Help! My daughter has had a setback. Do we have to start M.O.P. all over again? What size enema nozzle is good for a 7-year-old? After 30 days on M.O.P. my child is still wetting nightly; do we need an X-ray? Our pediatrician is 100% opposed to enemas, but nothing she has recommended works. Should we do M.O.P. without her blessing? My son hates Miralax and lactulose. What other laxatives work? Could my son become dependent on suppositories? My son is a severe bedwetter. With M.O.P.+ should be go straight to glycerin or castile soap or start with saline? Has anyone found it useful to work with a psychologist? Does SPD (sensory processing disorder) make accidents harder to treat? My child can’t hold the enema for more than 3 minutes. What can he do? When we did our first large-volume enema, the nozzle came out and sprayed us both with saline. How can we avoid this? Anyone have any experience with anorectal manometry? Dr. Hodges, would you send a letter to my daughter's school telling them to let her go potty as needed? Her teacher is uncooperative. Is it OK to try and potty train my three year old even though she withholds poop? She needs to be trained for preschool. At what point can I expect to see results with M.O.P.?
How do I unsubscribe from the automatic PayPal Payments?Click HERE to unsubscribe. It will take you to your PayPal Subscription Details page for the O'Regan Facebook Group. Make sure to login to the same PayPal account you subscribed with. On the Subscription Details page there is a "Cancel" link on the upper-left of the page.
If I leave the group, can I return later without paying the membership fee again?"Yes! First, go into your PayPal account and cancel your membership. (Do not "pause" your membership; you need to fully cancel.) Then, when you are ready to re-join, email Suzanne@BedwettingAndAccidents.com and you will receive a special link that allows you to rejoin the group at the monthly rate, without paying the additional first-month fee.