I took my daughter to the GP today as she has always wet the bed at night. I’ve tried on numerous occasions to try to get her out of pull ups but to no avail and thought it was something she would grow out of in time. She often had accidents during the day until she was about 5 and occasionally still has the odd one. I’ve used reward charts for going for a wee before bed and no fluids an hour before bed but it doesn’t seem to work. I’ve considered buying an alarm but as she shares a room with her sister I’m not sure this is possible? When I spoke to the GP he asked me why I hadn’t taken her to see someone sooner and told me that I should have. He asked why I hadn’t spoken to my daughters health visitor when she was younger and I was made to feel stupid. I’ve always thought that it was a case of something she would grow out of when she learnt to control her bladder muscles. It’s only now that she’s wanting to be more independent with sleepovers I feel that it’s become more of a problem. I now feel awful for not taking my daughter sooner. I was wondering what age other people sought help from their doctors? Am I wrong to have left it so long? Thank you.