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How can I help my child prevent bedwetting during overnight trips?

Here are some tips to help your child prevent bedwetting during overnight trips:

  • Talk to the person in charge and ask them to keep it private.
  • Make sure your child remembers to bring his or her medicines.
  • Tell your child to drink plenty during the day but stop an hour or two before bed.
  • Have your child keep a bottle of water handy so he or she can pretend it spilled.

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