Enuresis – Bedwetting

Enuresis - Bedwetting

Nocturnal enuresis – bedwetting at night is more common. Daytime wetting is called diurnal enuresis.
Involuntary passage of urine up to the age of 5years is somewhat common. If it persists even after the age of 5years, then it can be enuresis.

Symptoms

  • Repeated bed-wetting
  • Wetting in the clothes
  • Wetting at least twice a week for approximately three months

Causes

  • A small bladder
  • Persistent urinary tract infections
  • Severe stress
  • Developmental delays that interfere with toilet training

Modern Urological treatment

If the child’s self-esteem is affected, treatment is necessary.

  • Behavior Therapy
    1. Alarms
    2. Bladder Training
    3. Rewards
  • Oral Medication: Not recommended for children under 6years of age
    1. Desmopressin Acetate – to control the amount of urine
    2. Imipramine – an antidepressant

Ayurvedic Urological treatment

  • Oral medication
  • Basti
  • Yoga & Pranayama
  • Uttarbasti

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2 boo-bno
Bladder Outlet / Neck Obstruction
(BOO / BNO)

Blockage at the base or neck of the bladder

3 Interstitial Cystitis
Interstitial Cystitis

Chronic condition causing bladder pressure with a persistent urge

4 UTI
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A burning issue of the modern era

5 Hypotonic Bladder
Hypotonic Bladder

A condition in which the bladder wall muscle tone reduces

6 Neurogenic Bladder
Neurogenic bladder

Altered bladder function due to defects in the pathway of the micturition reflex

7 Incontinence
Incontinence

Inability to hold urine due to loss of voluntary control over the urinary sphincters

8 Enuresis
Enuresis – Bedwetting

Persistence of involuntary passage of urine even after the age of 5 years

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