Wetting in children

Children develop at different rates. This involves not only walking and talking but also becoming dry. Bladder control is a maturation and learning process that needs time and lasts up to about the age of
5 years.

Day- and night-time wetting in children - products

Products for the treatment of childhood overactive bladder

Bladder spasmolytic agents (anticholinergics/antimuscarinics) are used for the treatment of overactive bladder and neurogenic detrusor overactivity in childhood. Anticholinergics/antimuscarinics relax the bladder musculature and increase bladder capacity. In addition, urination intervals are prolonged.

Anticholinergics require a prescription. Therefore, medical consultation is essential before starting this treatment.

Products for the treatment of nocturnal enuresis

Medications for bedwetting contain a substance that resembles the body’s own antidiuretic hormone and produces similar effects in the urinary tract. Urine production is reduced at night enabling the bladder to retain the urine throughout the night.

These drugs require a prescription. Therefore, medical consultation is essential before starting this treatment.

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