Enuresis is more commonly known as bed-wetting. Nocturnal enuresis, or bed-wetting at night, is the most common type of elimination disorder. Daytime wetting is called diurnal enuresis. Some children experience either or a combination of both.
This behaviour may or may not be purposeful. The condition is not diagnosed unless the child is 5 years or older.
What Are the Symptoms of Enuresis?
The main symptoms of enuresis include:
Repeated bed-wetting, Wetting in the clothes and Wetting at least twice a week for approximately three months
Dr Tewary is a specialist in this field and has many years’ experience treating the root cause of Enuresis. For further information please contact us today to arrange your consultation.
It can be messy and frustrating for both you and your child. Try to deal with bedwetting in a positive and calm way, just as you would with problems you face during the day.