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Natural Remedies for Bed Wetting


What is Bed Wetting?


Bed Wetting Symptoms


Bed Wetting (or Bedwetting); in medical terminology enuresis is a problem that affects about one in eight people in childhood. It becomes less common as people grow into adulthood but still troubles one in a hundred at age fifteen. It is acutely embarrassing both for children and parents and can inhibit a great deal of social activity. As it could be caused by potentially serious medical problems it needs to be properly checked out by a doctor and, if necessary, appropriate treatment undertaken.

When properly diagnosed, there are a number of drug treatments to either contract weak bladders or relax tense ones. They all have side effects. In intractable problems indwelling catheters may be used to get round the problem. They are not a cure.

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What Helps Bed Wetting?

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Bed Wetting Treatment


Medication

Drugs used include nasal sprays of hormones such as Desmopressin, drugs to relax the bladder such as Oxybutinin and as a last resort and rather outdated, tricyclic antidepressants such as Imipramine and Amitriptyline. The last group of drugs are not specific for the bladder and can affect vision and blood pressure. they may also cause sleepiness.

A bed wetting alarm may be used in conjunction with drugs or psychological support.

 

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Home remedies are anything from "homework", food or nutritional supplements, exercises, reading, our featured articles and so on. Natural Remedies from Shared Care offers:-

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Natural Cures for Bed Wetting

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Who Can Help Bed Wetting?


Who has a Special Interest in Bed Wetting?

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Ms. Alison L. Longley Burnaby,  British Columbia,   Canada
Ms. Carol Ridsdale Denver,  Colorado,   United States of America
Ms. Marlene Pardo Miami,  Florida,   United States of America

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Bed Wetting Support Groups

The home country of the group is listed. Most will provide more information, advice, contacts and help wherever you live:-

Great Britain National
Great Britain National
Great Britain National

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