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What Causes Urinary Incontinence in Children?

What Causes Urinary Incontinence in Children? Bedwetting and daytime wetting are both forms of urinary incontinence in children, the condition also known as enuresis. Episodes of urinary incontinence can sometimes be Read More

Dr. Sweeney Explains Bedwetting for Yahoo Life

As a parent, it's natural to be concerned when your child experiences bedwetting. However, it’s important to remember that bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is a common and usually temporary part Read More

Dr. Canon for Scary Mommy: Back to School Anxiety Can Worsen Bedwetting

The start of the school year can cause anxiety for all children, but especially for those who experience bedwetting, or enuresis. The change in sleep patterns and schedules coupled with Read More

What Is Nocturnal Enuresis?

Occasional bedwetting is normal for children, but if your child is continuously wetting the bed, your child could have a condition known as nocturnal enuresis. Your pediatrician can help. Dr. Read More

Back-to-School and Bedwetting

Heading back to school is typically an exciting time for kids, but it can also cause fear and anxiety. The transition to a fall schedule, and the prospect of new Read More

When is bedwetting more than just a stage?

Nighttime bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is a condition that affects millions of families.  It is a condition that our team of board-certified pediatric urologists treat every day at Vamio Health.Common Read More

What is the emotional toll of bedwetting?

Bedwetting can have a significant emotional toll on families who experience it, for both the child and parents.Research shows that if bedwetting occurs beyond the age of eight to ten Read More

Common Bedwetting Myths

Nighttime bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is a common condition that can affect children and even some teenagers.Those who are not familiar with the condition, however, can be quick to judge Read More

What is the link between ADHD and bedwetting?

There are approximately 6 million children, ages 3 to 17 years old, living with ADHD in the United States. ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity.Like Read More

How to Stop Bedwetting

Bedwetting, or nocturnal enuresis, is extremely common and nothing any child or teenager should ever be ashamed of.  Enuresis may be caused by a number of things such as weak Read More

Childhood Bedwetting Solutions

When your child is making the transition out of diapers, the process can be tumultuous, and your child will likely struggle with wetting the bed at first. This is completely Read More

Bedwetting and Summer: How to plan for camps and vacations

Summer is typically the most savored season of the year for kids. They’re free of school schedules and excited by the prospect of activities like sleepaway camp and traveling on Read More

When to See a Doctor for Bedwetting and How Telehealth Can Help

Bedwetting is a common occurrence that happens nightly in homes across the United States. In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics estimates that as many as five million children over Read More

Vamio Health Offers Telehealth Bedwetting Solution for Families

Enuresis, more commonly known as bedwetting, affects five million children over the age of sixin the United States, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Most children willoutgrow bedwetting without Read More

Pediatric Urinary Incontinence: FAQs

When children struggle with daytime wetting they are usually thought to be either lazy or attention-seeking, but very often the cause could be something more. Incontinence is generally associated with Read More

Understanding Pediatric Enuresis Treatment

Understood as bedwetting, enuresis (incontinence) is the loss of bladder control in children. Most kids are fully potty-trained by the time they turn five, and those who aren't or still Read More

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