Answer: he is 9 years old and by now bedwetting has to be stopped . this happens rarely in few cases of children who don't stop bedwetting even after they grow up .
first you can try correcting it at home before you take him to the doctor . I guess you can possibly change this habit if you make few changes in his daily routine .
stop giving him any Fluids like milk before he sleeps . you can give alternatively by evening time .
secondly just before he goes to bed develop the habit of going to the restroom everyday and then make him to sleep . if you practice this everyday then he may gradually stop bedwetting . don't scold or threaten your child not to bedwet. instead say him politely to wake you up in the night he feels he wants to use the restroom .
It is common for few kids up to 9 years. As it is happening everyday made ur kid go for toilet bcoz he going to bed also give little bit poha before he going to sleep. It will stop. Also dont compare the kids with others infront of him. Before he is going to sleep stop watching tv like horror channels.
Answer: Consult him to a doctor..
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