When wetting the bed can mean children live in fear

21st March 2003 at 00:00
CHILDREN who wet the bed are missing out on school trips and "sleepovers" at friends' houses, according to a new survey. Most live in fear of their secret becoming known, and a third say friends deserted them when they found out. A fifth have been bullied. Eric, a bedwetting charity, is distributing resource packs to schools throughout England. Call 0117 960 30 60.

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