what can I do, my son refuses to go the bathroom at night, even if I set alarms to go off several times a night. I refuse to buy pull-ups he does not have any health issues nor does he sleep hard. He is just lazy and following the just let it be and it will go away. If anyone tells you that tell them that is not the way to go. It just gets worse. I remember a posting here that there are always reasons for a child wetting the bed. I wish I could find it again so i can ask what it is called when that child gets up comes to your bedroom door to see if you are asleep and go back back to bed. At this point he is only a few more steps from the bathroom but he decides to go back to bed instead of go to the bathroom. He hides wet sheets and pj's in his room. We all know he wets the bed so I dont understand that either. He sees a therapist and no one can figure the out the problem. Does anyone have any suggestions?View Thread
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