Doctors for Urinary Incontinence in Children in Model Town, Hisar
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Ritvik's review for Dr. Harsh Bhayana
Dr. Harsh is very down to earth. He teach us the things which no other doctor did earlier. He is very caring for their patient. Read more reviews
URINARY INCONTINENCE IN CHILDREN
Urinary incontinence is defined as involuntary voiding of urine during the day or night. Daytime incontinence is usually not diagnosed until age 5 or 6. Nighttime incontinence is usually not diagnosed until age 7. Before this time, nocturnal enuresis is typically referred to as nighttime wetting. These age limits are based on children who are developing typically and so may not be applicable to children with developmental delay.
HOW IS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN CHILDREN DIAGNOSED?
Doctors first ask questions about the child's symptoms and medical history. Doctors then do a physical examination. What they find during the history and physical examination often suggests a cause of the incontinence and the tests that may need to be done. In the medical history, doctors ask about when symptoms began, timing of symptoms, and whether symptoms are continuous (that is, constant dribbling) or intermittent. Having the parents record the timing, frequency, and volume of urine (a voiding diary) or stool (a stooling diary) in a journal can be helpful. Position while urinating and strength of urine steam are discussed.
HOW IS URINARY INCONTINENCE IN CHILDREN TREATED?
Most cases of Urinary Incontinence in Children fade away naturally and do not require treatment. In other cases, the treatment for Urinary Incontinence in Children includes bladder training, related surgeries and medication.
DID YOU KNOW?
This problem also needs psychological attention from the parents and if needed counselling to because it is rather embarrassing for the child to undergo these.