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Bedwetting problem for my 12 year old son

Hi - My son is 12 yrs and he wets the bed everyday. I try to wake him up at midnight.. sometime if he wakes up, he does not wet the bed in the night but there are days when he wets even after waking up in the night. It is very difficult to wake him up in the night also.
He is generally active, cheerful boy. sometimes throws tantrums. studies are ok types especially math.. gets confused.
He is feeling very bad about this as he is not able to go to sleepovers and his friends tease him a lot. This is causing him issues. when i ask him why he is unable to wake up to go to the restroom, he says he does not realise it and mostly thinks he is in the restroom and wets the bed. He does not wake up even after wetting as I have to wake him up to ask him to change. This is causing him a lot of sadness.. I dont know how to help.
I have been giving him kreosotum 30 3 drops in water 3 times a day for almost 15 days.. only for the first 3-4 days it helped.. after that though i am continuing, it has not helped much. Request your help on this as this affects his studies aswell.
  pp1411 on 2017-08-02
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Dear pp1411,

Stop Kreosotum 30 and wait for 15 days. Report back with the changes observed during these days.
HealthyWorld 3 years ago

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