When kids can’t control their urination (urine/pee) or bowel movements (feces/poop) it’s called "incontinence." Incontinence can happen to children at any age — even teens — and for many reasons. This can be overwhelming for everyone in the family. For kids, it can cause anxiety, depression and social problems like bullying. That’s why we offer special clinics where care teams work together to pinpoint the cause, and to help kids of all ages achieve or regain continence — and confidence.
At Nemours Children's, our care team members created these coordinated programs so they could help children with the physical, social and emotional issues related to incontinence. In addition to specialized training, many have been part of our bladder or continence clinic teams for more than a decade.
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