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Incontinence in Children - Information & Supplies

 

Statistics:

  • As with all developmental milestones, children can achieve bladder control at different ages. Typically, the youngest age is 24 months.
  • Functional Incontinence is very common in children. This means that, though no physical abnormality is found, incontinence is still present.
  • Nocturnal Enuresis, better known as bed wetting, is very common in children, even up to age 7.
  • Another type of incontinence in children is Organic Incontinence, which means that the incontinence is related to a disease or disorder.

For additional information on Children and Incontinence, you can visit these websites:

caregiver.com
webmd.com
everydayhealth.com

J&B Medical Insurance works directly with your physician to obtain prescription coverage for the incontinence supplies that you need. Learn more about our Medicaid incontinence supplies for children by contacting us today.

For additional information on toilet training, you can visit these websites:

webmd.com
nationallibraryofmedicine.gov
nationalnetworkforchildcare.org

 

Source:Jones, Eric A., MD. “Urinary Incontinence in Children.”National Institutes of Health. U.S.Department of Health and Human Services, Sept. 2010.
http://kidney.niddk.nih.gov/statistics/uda/Urinary_Incontinence_in_Children-Chapter12.pdf

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