This year’s World Bedwetting Week takes place from 5th – 11th June.
The International Children’s Continence Society (ICCS) and the European Society for Paediatric Urology
(ESPU) launched World Bedwetting Week (WBW) in 2015.
World Bedwetting Week (WBW) takes place every year to raise awareness of bedwetting (also known as primary nocturnal enuresis) as a medical condition that can and should be treated.
WBW aims to encourage families to discuss bedwetting with their doctors and get the help they need. The common theme that was initially created is focusing on ‘Time to take action’, in recognition that much more can be done to diagnose and treat those children who experience bedwetting. There is no need to wait – you can help your child today!