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Constipation and enuresis in children: treatment and advice

Continence issues in children and young people are common and nurses need to be able to offer timely management advice and reassurance to families

Continence issues in children and young people are common and nurses need to be able to offer timely management advice and reassurance to families

  • Bladder and bowel issues are common in childhood and can have a huge impact, causing social isolation and reduced self-esteem
  • A look at causes of childhood continence issues, plus advice and treatment options for families
  • Timely action is vital to prevent prolonged issues – read about a nurse-led children’s continence service that is achieving great results

Bladder and bowel problems in children and young people are very common – affecting

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