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How to stop bedwetting, overactive bladders, incontinence, and constipation in kids with Steve Hodges

Release date: January 22, 2024

Toilet issues are not uncommon in kids. Despite this, there is a growing body of evidence that these conditions are often misunderstood and mistreated. My guest today, Dr. Steve Hodges, is a Professor of Pediatric Urology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. A leading authority childhood toileting, Steve’s work is debunking many of the myths about it. If a kid in your life has toilet issues, you will want to pay close attention. More information about Steve and his work is below.

Biography of Steve Hodges

Dr. Steve Hodges, a Professor of Pediatric Urology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine, is a leading authority on childhood toileting issues. He is dedicated to debunking common myths surrounding enuresis (bedtime and daytime wetting) and encopresis (poop accidents), emphasizing that these issues are never a child's fault. Dr. Hodges, residing in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, with his family, has authored eight books for both parents and children, such as The M.O.P. Anthology and Bedwetting and Accidents Aren't Your Fault." He shares valuable insights through his blog at


Bedwetting and Accidents



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