Bed Wetting (Nocturnal Enuresis)
- Bed wetting
- Treating bed wetting
- Living with bed wetting
For more information, see Urinary Tract.
For more information, see Bed Wetting (Nocturnal Enuresis).
There are several options available for treatment of bed wetting. The use of a bed wetting alarm is generally the first step for families who are motivated and have time to dedicate to using an alarm.
For more information, see Alarm for bed wetting.
Desmopressin is generally considered to be the next step for children who have not responded to alarm therapy, who are not likely to comply with alarm therapy or where a rapid result is required.
For more information, see Toilet Training (Potty Training).
For more information, see Preventing Bed Wetting.
For more information, see Impact of Bed Wetting.
For more information, see Nocturnal Enuresis: Stephen recalls his bed wetting days.
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