I have an 11yr old about to be 12 in several months but he is about 135lbs & about 5' he is pretty big for his age & he is still peeing in the bed!!!!! It is extremely exhausting. I have tried the pills the nasal spray, I have put an alarm clock in his room, (which only ends up wakin everyone else up but him) & I have tried waking him up right before its time to normally wake up or in the middle of the night, problem is......he does not have a regular time. sometimes he goes early in morning & sometimes he already wet the bed 5min after going to sleep. It is making me so angry with him & i have got his kidneys checked & they are fine. I have gone through countless beds (4 this year so far!) & i am a mom of 4 & it is expensive. On one hand I try not to punish him for a "problem" he has & on the other hand I cannot stand it anymore & i feel it has just gotten to be a normal habit for him now & it doesn't even bother him!!! i buy him overnight pants XL size he leaks & i buy him adult ovrnights & he leaks! I am 2seconds from sticking a pillow in the bathtub & callin it a day. BUT i will still end up having to wash that PILLOW & his clothes & blanket!! anyone beeen through this?? & succeeded??????
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