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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Regardless of the cause, bedwetting can be frustrating for both parent and child.
Wairimu said sleep disorders and sound sleeping also contribute to bedwetting.
Possible causes of bedwetting include; urinary tract infections, diabetes, or even stress.
The site features a brand new resource center (https://onestopbedwetting.com/resource-center/) specially written by bedwetting specialists which provides visitors with exclusive enhanced bedwetting content and gives them a better understanding of the problem, its treatment and solutions.
The man told how children who wet the bed were made to stand with the wet sheets round their neck in the morning and were also hit for bedwetting.
Two meds have wide use to help with bedwetting: desmopressin and imipramine.
Laura Haugh of Mummy-Pages.ie said: "Bedwetting isn't just stressful for your child - it can also impact the entire family.
No matter what type of design is used for incontinence garments and how they look, it's still not going to change the fact that they're used for bedwetting or other forms of incontinence.
Barone also advises parents not to wait too long to seek medical help if their children develop a bedwetting problem that persists past the age of six or seven, or are still wetting themselves during the day past the age of five or six.
A systematic review including 4 case-control and 3 cohort studies of the impact of nocturnal enuresis on children and young people found that bedwetting was often, but not always, associated with lower self-esteem scores (or scores for symptoms similar to lower self-esteem) on standardized questionnaires.
GoodNites TRU-FIT is real, cotton-blend underwear with disposable, absorbent inserts that washes and feels like regular underwear to provide outstanding nighttime protection for children who suffer from enuresis, more commonly known as bedwetting. According to the company, the product was well-received by parents during the Product of the Year voting process; 87% of survey respondents noted that they would "talk about GoodNites TRU-FIT underwear and recommend others buy it."