Types of enuresis primary enuresis secondary
All are disorders related to a problem in the control of the sphincters on the part of the children. How do you know if a child has it? If a child is wetting the bed may have different causes, ranging from genetic to the psychological. Knowing what type of enuresis affects you will help us in dealing with the problem.
Types of enuresis
The enuresis involuntary urination during sleep is the most common of these disorders or conditions and that can be diagnosed safe two factors must be taken into account: the child’s age and the frequency with which episodes occur wet bed.
The final age to diagnose enuresis are the four or five years, because it is assumed that at this age according to the canons of psycho motor development the child should have already gained control urination: identify the feeling of urination waking up Control the muscles involved in urination to be able to retain urine. As for frequency, it is considered that there is a problem of enuresis when there are at least two episodes per week for three consecutive months.
There is talk of primary enuresis when the child has never come to fully gain control of urine, depending on the frequency and set out above age and secondary enuresis when he has achieved but only for a short period for example a few months. The encores are is the evacuation repeatedly stools at any time and place, such as soil, clothes anywhere other than the toilet. To find out if a child has encores is it must occur at least once a week for three consecutive months the child having exceeded the age of four years.
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