Expert Author: Deepak Bansal
Bedwetting can continue into adulthood if left untreated. Usually bedwetting declines with age. Bedwetting causes physical underdevelopment of the bladder and needless embarrassment and emotional pain. In adult it is common to see the occurrence of sleeping disorder while outgrowing bedwetting. Drugs and nasal sprays are used to decrease bedwetting. The nasal spray DDAVP should be avoided, since its side effects are unknown.
Urinary Incontinence is when there is excretion of urine involuntarily. It is not a disease itself but it can be an indication of an underlying problem, which can be treated.
Bowel Incontinence is when there is excretion of feces involuntarily. Children and well as adults can suffer from it. There are more women sufferers from bowel incontinence. Although it is more common in older people than in younger people, it is not a normal part of the ageing process.
If you suffer from incontinence you should first consult your physician who will then probably put you on to a physician who specializes in this field, in order that the type of incontinence can be established.
Expert Author: Alex W. Wilson
Bed-wetting is when an individual, frequently a child, loses control of their bladder during sleep. This may occur with children during the potty training phase but also during various other stages in a child's life.
Expert Author: Lucy Bartlett
Every night millions of families face the issue of bedwetting. Mostly children under the age of six suffer from this problem and sometimes it lasts right into their teenage years. Medical practitioners are not very sure about the cause and how this problem suddenly stops. Most children normally grow out of it naturally and without any medication. It is not usually a sign of any emotional or medical issues.
This article reviews the two types of bedwetting alarms: clothing-mounted enuresis alarms as well as the older pad alarms. Which type can best suit you and your child's needs? Find out here.
Sleep Enuresis, more commonly known as Bedwetting, refers to the lack of ability to maintain urinary control during sleep. Though it is considered normal for children below 7 years old to have enuretic episodes, 5 per cent of 10 year old and 3 per cent of 12 year old children, and as many as 1-3 per cent of 18-year-old teenagers may continue to experience this disorder.
Expert Author: Hallidae Thomason
Many people's worst nightmare is the day when they revert back to infancy in the ability to control their bodily functions namely defecating and urinating. The market for products that are designed to make life easier to live with incontinence of bowel or bladder is large and here to stay. This includes products like depends adult diapers and urinary catheter models that are in a very competitive market with one another.
Bedwetting is a very common problem among children, particularly among those under the age of six. This article explores the causes of enuresis and some of the corrective actions that can help your child conquer the problem.
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