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Improving access to continence information

One in four Australians aged 15 and older is incontinent. And don’t assume they’re all infirm and elderly; those most […]

Caring for kids with disabilities and difficult toileting behaviours

There is plenty of research telling us what most of us already suspected; that parents of children with disabilities are […]

Nocturnal enuresis in teens: a neglected problem

Bedwetting or nocturnal enuresis (NE; nocturnal meaning night and enuresis meaning involuntary urination) can be a distressing disorder that carries […]
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Continence Clinics Australia Wide

Need help finding continence advice? Below is a list of Continence Nurse Advisors for each state, listed alphabetically. Australian Capital […]

Continence Clinics

Incontinence is quickly becoming one of Australia’s largest health issues with approximately 1 in 4 Australians experiencing some form of bladder and/or bowel control problems. Continence problems affect both the young and old as well as both males and females.

“My Dryness Tracker” – an App to help manage bedwetting

Bedwetting or Nocturnal Enuresis (NE) [nocturnal meaning night; and enuresis meaning involuntary urination] is a common medical condition that can […]
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Bed wetting survey

If your child is 6 years or older and still wets the bed, which of the following would you do?

Bedwetting: Treatments

Generally, there are 2 main types of treatment for bedwetting, and these include: alarms and medication. A doctor may need […]

Bedwetting: Introduction

Bedwetting should not be thought of as a psychological condition, rather it occurs because of a number of factors related […]

Bedwetting: Difficulty rousing from sleep

Transcript Children who wet the bed have great difficulty rousing from sleep when the bladder is full. The brain and […]