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    • Mike Johnson

      Although many young children wet their beds, most stop by the time they
      are 4 or 5 years old. Bed-wetting that persists can lead to
      embarrassment and teasing by peers. If your child is 6 or 7 and still
      can’t stay dry through the night, you should consider speaking to a
      doctor about bed-wetting treatment. One treatment that helps many
      children is a bed-wetting alarm.