So my 8yo easy child suddenly developed secondary enuresis about 16 months ago when difficult child 1 was diagnosis'd with Crohn's disease. easy child is a worrier anyway, and actually had a palm tree phobia from about age 2 until about age 7. But I think her brother's diagnosis put her into anxiety overload. I never really thought about it today until we were at the psychiatrist's for the two difficult child's and in desperation, because we've ruled out physical and infections causes for her renewed bedwetting, and she's failed several trials of DDAVP (desmopressin), so I asked psychiatrist what his take was on all this. psychiatrist says she's likely SO stressed and anxious that by the end of the day, she sleeps like the dead and cannot wake herself up to go pee like she used to. He said to give her 1/2 of one of difficult child 1's Lexapro tabs and see if that starts to help. OMG! If this works, I won't know whether to laugh at the obvious simplicity of it, or cry at the pathetic waste of time we've gone through with the pediatrician who just shrugged his shoulders over the whole thing! One thing I do know, it pays to keep pushing for answers.