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Understanding urinary incontinence in children

Urinary incontinence in children can often cause the child concerned worry and stress, much of which is unnecessary. As a parent, teacher, carer or other responsible adult, there’s a lot you can do to relieve this stress, starting with separating fact from fiction. 

Tips and insights for managing urinary incontinence in children

Helping a child manage urinary incontinence is about empowering them. One way of doing this is by explaining how the bladder works. It’s also important to keep yourself up to date which products are available to help children stay comfortable, dry and secure. On the pages below, we’ve complied some handy tips and insights that can support you in doing this. 

Support and understanding

It’s not just incontinence solutions that matter.

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Day-to-day tips

How to manage your child’s incontinence.

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Children and incontinence

Ease the issue with a greater understanding.

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TENA children product range