WHAT THE HECK IS M.O.P.?
M.O.P. is an enema-based regimen that resolves enuresis (bedwetting or daytime pee accidents) and enuresis (poop accidents) far better than medication, Miralax, alarms, or any other method. M.O.P. is endorsed by experts in Mayo Clinic's pediatric urology department.
This page offers an introductory FAQ. The protocol is spelled out in detail in The M.O.P. Book: Anthology Edition. For additional guidance, join one of our wonderful private Facebook support groups — one for parents of Tweens/Teens and one for parents of younger children.
This 30-second video explains why M.O.P. works.
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You'll find the details in The M.O.P. Book: Anthology Edition
Frequently Asked Questions About M.O.P.
What does M.O.P. stand for?
The Modified O'Regan Protocol. The regimen was developed in the 1980s by Sean O'Regan, M.D., a pediatric kidney specialist at Sainte Justine hospital in Montreal, who sought to resolve his own son's bedwetting. The regimen was "modified" by Steve Hodges, M.D., a pediatric urologist at Wake Forest University. Dr. Hodges named the regimen after Dr. O'Regan, whom he considers a genius.
What exactly does M.O.P. involve?
Holy moly — that's a lot of enemas! Is that really necessary? Is that even safe?
How can I be sure M.O.P. works?
You can read Dr. O'Regan's studies and my own. They are posted in full on our Research page. If the studies make your eyes glaze over, try these blog posts: