The nurse-led bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis) service runs across Chase Farm Hospital and Edgware Community Hospital.
There are many underlying causes to bedwetting and in most children there is no specific, single cause. Bedwetting occurs because the volume of urine produced at night-time is more than your child's bladder can hold.
We offer advice and support for children and their carers, as well as self-help measures and other treatments including bedwetting alarms and medicine if required.
The bedwetting service accepts referrals from all health professionals including GPs, health visitors and school nurses.
Our service covers the Enfield and south Barnet areas and children are seen from the age of 5 years up to 19 years. We also offer clinic appointments for new referrals, as well as regular telephone support.
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