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Bedwetting could affect the self-esteem of your children and need to be treated.

Bedwetting is a common condition that can cause substantial psychological distress and negative effects on emotional development and social relations building in children with the condition.

If bedwetting continues after 5 years old, it could be diagnosed with Nocturnal enuresis.

If a child reaches 3 years old, bedwetting should be stopped. But if the symptoms below are continued after 3 years old, it could be nocturnal enuresis. The symptoms will not disappear by itself. It needs to be treated.

The following factors cause bedwetting

Hamsoa’s bedwetting Treatments

*Customized and syrup herbal formulas require a prescription after diagnosis by an Asian medicinal doctor.

* The treatment program requires treatment and consultation with an Asian medicinal doctor.

Research that confirms the efficacy of acupuncture treatment for the symptom.

Research that confirms the efficacy of acupuncture treatment for the


“After treatment, diurnal urinary symptoms, such as increased frequency of urination, urgency, and incontinence, were dramatically improved. And the number of wet nights decreased with nocturia and delayed wetting time. Compared to pre-treatment findings, wet nights decreased by 80% or more.”

Three cases report about enuretic children treated with electro-acupuncture on Zhongji(CV3), Guanyuan(CV4), oh, Jooyoung, Kim, Jang-Hyun, , J Pediatr Korean Med. 2005;19(1):103-115

“Acupuncture treatment of bedwetting has confirmed its efficacy.”

Acupuncture Efficacy in the Treatment of Persistent Primary Nocturnal Enuresis, AJNT 2013 Sep;6(3):173-6, pp. 173-6

Lifestyle management

Bedwetting is managed by considering psychological factors and pee training to expect the best treatment effects. Therefore, it is critically required that family members provide emotional support and training to help a child who has the symptoms.