Pediatric Incontinence?

Answer Pediatric incontinence can be frustrating for parents and devastating for children, occurring during the day, at night or both. The National Association for Continence (NAC) defines it as a loss of... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Pediatric Incontinence

What can you do for incontinence?

Incontinence can be a stressful and emotionally damaging problem. Sufferers are unable to control urination and may begin to urinate at inopportune times or leak small amounts of urine. Incontinenc... Read More »

What is incontinence ?

Incontinence refers to involuntary urination (urinary incontinence) or defecation (fecal incontinence). The inability to control your bladder or bowel movements ranges from occasional leakage to c... Read More »

I'm having incontinence! Help?

Have you seen your Dr for this? They could help you out with ideas that could help. I know losing weight will help and also doing Kegel exercises help. With the urine leaking out says that you prob... Read More »

What causes incontinence?

Incontinence is a term used to refer to loss of bladder control. Incontinence can create an occasional or extreme need to urinate, depending on the severity of the condition. Factors ranging from m... Read More »