What is the treatment for bedweting children?

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Desmopressin link (DDAVP) is often the first choice of medicine for bedwetting. This medicine slows the amount of urine your child's body makes overnight, so the bladder doesn't overfill and leak. Desmopressin can work well, but bedwetting often returns when a child stops taking the medicine.

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Our approach to treating enuresis is to first start a trial of DDAVP. This gives the child a treatment option that ensures dryness during times when bedwetting would be particularly inconvenient or traumatic. After a trial of DDAVP, we generally recommend that the parents consider a subsequent trial of a behavior-conditioning program. The intermittent use of DDAVP along with a conditioning retraining is often effective in increasing self-confidence while working toward a cure that isn't drug-dependent. Impramine tablet also to give...this type conditions.... Alarm systems... also can approach, Before go to bed to do empty urine bladder, To avoid drink water at bedtime. details evaluation of physical examination, investigation urine,RBS,USG, family history about peer pressure, Mental health, development history.

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No treatment up to 7 year only counseling, toilet training

12Yr old boy,then what to do?
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nocturnal enurisis Kala tile with milk and Silajit give good results

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