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enuresis during sleep

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But plenty of them these days go to school or sleepovers in "pull-ups," a big-kid diaper that looks more like regular underwear - often emblazoned with Disney or other cartoon characters - to guard against accidents while at the same time avoiding the stigma of being labeled a bed-wetter.
The American Psychiatric Association has defined bed-wetters as children older than age five who are incontinent of urine at night.
Serial bed-wetters Keane sounded so much like Midge Ure's old band Ultravox he could be on the verge of one of electro-pop's greatest comebacks.
The boys' common bond is their inability to compete and counselors and peers call them "the bed-wetters.
And if you think the instrument line-up sounds a little different from your usual indie bed-wetters, look at the list of influences: Stevie Wonder, The Pixies, Indigo Girls, Lee Perry and Janis Joplin to name a few.
Today, a third of the Ireland and Britain's one million bed-wetters are teenagers and adults.
In some bed-wetters, there is no increase, or it's insufficient, resulting in an overproduction of urine and, thus, bed-wetting," notes Lane Robson, a pediatric nephrologist at The Children's Hospital, Greenville, S.