I think we may be onto something! psychiatrist rx'd 5mg Lexapro for easy child/difficult child 3 because he thought that stress/anxiety was playing a role in her secondary enuresis that started about two years ago when her brother was very ill for several months. She's always been an anxious kid who holds everything in (she even had a palm tree phobia until she was about 6 or 7). psychiatrist thought she was so exhausted from her anxiety at the end of the day that she was sleeping too deeply to wake up to go to the bathroom like she used to be able to do. Well, it's been one week on the Lexapro, and the past two nights she's either gotten up to relieve herself or simply woken up dry and made it to the bathroom in time! I know it's only two consecutive nights, but that's more than she's been able to accomplish in the past two years on her own or even with DDAVP -- can't begin to express how excited I am at the prospect of this issue being resolved for her. She's already feeling better about herself and the thought of being able to go on sleepovers with her friends Just wanted to pass this along in case anyone else is facing this problem.