Daytime enuresis is a problem that occurs among children in which they have urine accidents during the day. It’s common among school-age children between the ages of 4 and 12. Learn more about Daytime Enuresis.
Dysfunctional elimination syndrome is a condition found in children that refers to problems either urinating or defecating normally. It can involve bladder control, bowel control or both and can range in severity. Learn more about Dysfunctional Elimination Syndrome.
Neurogenic bladder means the bladder of a baby/child doesn’t empty properly because of problems with the brain, spinal cord or nerves that control bladder function, essentially paralyzing it. Learn more about Neurogenic Bladder.
Urinary incontinence refers to the inability to control one’s ability to urinate. This can manifest itself in occasional leaks, or more severe problems with leaking urine that require more serious medical interventions. Learn more about Urinary Incontinence.
If an individual has trouble completely emptying the bladder of urine while urinating, this condition is known as voiding dysfunction. Learn more about Voiding Dysfunction.