Conditions and Treatments from the Voiding Improvement Program (VIP)

Bedwetting (Nocturnal Enuresis)

Nocturnal enuresis, better known as bedwetting, occurs when a sleeping child cannot hold his or her urine at night. Don't worry—most of the time the situation resolves on its own. Some children don't

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Urodynamics Testing

The urodynamics study is a test used to assess how well your child's bladder and urethral sphincter are doing their jobs of collecting, holding and releasing urine. Normally, muscles and nerves of the

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Voiding Improvement

Continence—the ability to control bladder and bowel function and to use the toilet as needed—is a vital skill for any child. Continence plays an important role in a child's life, affecting his: self

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Voiding Dysfunction

Voiding dysfunction means that your child is unable to completely empty her bladder. In a normal cycle, your child’s bladder stretches easily when it fills with urine and then contracts fully during

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