Bedwetting Videos

Dr Anisha Pillay
General & Developmental Paediatrician
Continence Clinic, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, VIC

Dr Anisha Pillay is a paediatrician and an expert in bedwetting. She shares her knowledge and provides practical tips on bedwetting, its diagnosis and management in children and teenagers.

Siona Hardy
Director Clinical Operations & Outpatients Manager
Mars Clinic, Children’s Continence, QLD

Siona Hardy is a senior physiotherapist of a well-known continence clinic. She shares useful information that may help children, teenagers and parents who are seeking support in bedwetting.

Jack's Video
It’s not Jack’s fault that he wets the bed, but he thinks it is. Sometimes, he feels embarrassed and isolated, his confidence can be affected. Because he is tired his schoolwork suffers as well. Help is at hand. Your doctor can determine the likely cause and the appropriate treatment for your child. Don’t let wet nights cloud your child’s day. Bedwetting can be treated – talk to your doctor.

Bedwetting in Children
How common is bedwetting? Up to 15% of children aged
5 years frequently wet their beds. After allergic disorders, bedwetting is the most common chronic condition.
What are the causes of bedwetting? Bedwetting is best considered as a condition that may result from a combination of three different predisposing factors. If you have any questions regarding your condition please talk to your doctor.

My Dryness Tracker App
*ranked by Healthcare Professionals for the management of bedwetting in children1
My Dryness Tracker App

1. Myint M et al. J Pediatr Urol 2016;12:112e1-112e6