Bedwetting, also known as nocturnal enuresis, is a common condition causing a lack of bladder control when sleeping.

Bedwetting is most common in children under five but can affect teenagers or adults. Bedwetting can be a sign of kidney failure, diabetes, urinary tract infection or be triggered by stress.

In this film, a GP explains the possible causes of bedwetting and gives advice to parents about how they can help their child should they wet the bed.

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