Bladder Resources For Children
Night time bladder issues often result in bedwetting in children and young people. Bedwetting is recognised as a medical condition from the time a child is five years old and treatment is available. It is sometimes called enuresis or nocturnal enuresis.
Your child’s health visitor, school nurse or GP will also be able to provide you with support and may be able to refer your child to a local service for assessment and treatment.
Click on the links below to read Bladder & Bowel UK’s information about bedwetting and our hints and tips to help.World Bedwetting Day Blogs
Daytime bladder issues are common in children and young people. They can result in anything from occasionally having to rush to the toilet, or needing the toilet frequently, through to having occasional damp patches or complete bladder emptying.
Click on the links below to read Bladder & Bowel UK’s information about daytime bladder problems and their treatments.