enuresis

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enuresis

involuntary discharge of urine, esp during sleep

enuresis

[‚en·yə′rē·səs]
(medicine)
Urinary incontinence, especially in the absence of organic cause.
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Although DryNites don't offer a cure, they can help you and your child cope with bedwetting accidents by keeping clothing and sheets dry so your little one can sleep with confidence.
For more information about bedwetting, visit ERIC's website at www.
The kind of constipation associated with bedwetting occurs when children put off going to the bathroom.
Children with bedwetting are often seen by a variety of practitioners, such as school health nurses, specialist enuresis nurses, continence advisors, health visitors and GPs.
The book aims to help reassure parents and children that they are not alone and provide a tool for parents to explain bedwetting to children, aged between four and seven, who are experiencing the problem.
As children get older they frequently become distressed by their bedwetting and other forms of treatment are required.
Once medication is stopped, bedwetting often recurs.
Therapy using a synthetic form of ADH (Desmopressin) eliminated bedwetting in 80 percent of children who received the drug.
Since the 1970s enuresis alarms have become the primary treatment and care product for those suffering from bedwetting and incontinence.
For further information about bedwetting, visit the DryNites website http://www.
The GoodNites brand has been providing bedwetting solutions for more than 17 years.
Washington, July 26 (ANI): Patience on the part of parents, along with some simple steps, can help cure nighttime bedwetting, or primary nocturnal enuresis, among kids.