I know this is an old post but I just found it. I can relate to the 15 yr. old guy. I was almost identical in behavior patters at that age. I wet the bed every day until age 15, well honestly almost every day of my 20 yrs. And counting. Well anyway I did not want to talk to a doctor, or anyone else about my problem and I stubbornly refused to wear any "baby" diapers to bed. I did not have the choice however in that I had to have a plastic covering over my matress and pillow. Most nights I wet more than once so even when I'd leave myy wet bed at night I would often wet the floor next to my bed. I was also known to get up and wet in corners of my room. I'm not sure how to encourage a 15 year iold, even now, but if you are a parent in a similar situation maybe show your son my post. When I turned 17 I also turned my thinking because I was tired of the whole mess and decided it was silly not to go to a "urology specialist" to try and cure the bedwetting. Well two important things happened, one was I discovered why I wet my bed, a major relief, and secondly discovered why I resisted going to the doctor in the first place. This may or may not help a bedwetter, but it's the ONLY way to KNOW what is going on. The doctor must perform a eurodynamic test, which of course means running a tube inside your bladder, which kind of sucks, but as I said it's the only way! Well I have a neurogenic bladder, which simply means due to NOTHING under my control my bladder reacts "like a babies". This explaines why I go to the bathroom 20 times a day when the average person goes 4 or 5 and especially explaines why I have no control at night. The doctor connot explain why this condition exists, but it is very real and not something alarms, medicine, or conditioning will magically cure. Well once I knew this my attitude completely changed, and I know this won't excite the bedwetter, BUT, I started wearing cloth diapers with plastic pants at night after finding out disposable diapers were absolutely not going to handle my "volume". Anyway for over 2 years now I sleep completely through the night and even go to sleep no longer concerned or stressed about trying to foce myself to not wet. Once I found out the bedwetting was just a "physical reality" I quit hating myself for doing it. Knowing it's not something I can just "get control of" took tremendous weight off my shoulders. I cannot say I like keeping up with the washing of diapers BUT it's mucho better than the soaking wet sheets, sweats, pj's, pillows, blankets, floor, corners, and on and on. After all that I might simply suggest you let the doctor check it out... funny thing is this is exactly what they do every day and it was only a big deal to me.