How is daytime wetting treated?
The Bedwetting and Enuresis (BE) Program is a clinic that addresses daytime and nighttime wetting and its causes. Your child will be placed on a strict bowel and bladder program to help retrain the bladder. This includes using the toilet regularly (every 2 to 3 hours), taking enough time on the toilet to fully empty their bladder and drinking appropriate amounts of fluids to avoid constipation.
Why choose Children's Hospital Colorado for your child's daytime wetting treatment?
The BE Program has been designed to address dysfunctional voiding using behavioral modifications, such as motivating techniques to help obtain success.
The Department of Pediatric Urology works with the gastroenterology team to address any constipation issues that may be contributing to dysfunctional voiding, and with a clinical psychologist to help with the motivation and resistant behaviors that can accompany dysfunctional voiding.
Our group is committed to helping you and your child attain success to improve bladder function and eliminate leaking of urine, irritated voiding and/or recurrent UTIs, which are all symptoms of dysfunctional voiding.
Learn about the Department of Pediatric Urology at Children's Hospital Colorado.