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How To Care For CHARGE Syndrome & Incontinence

Caring for a child with CHARGE syndrome already has a lot of unique challenges to face, as symptoms can vary greatly among patients. Because incontinence is incredibly common in children and adults with CHARGE, it can really add to the list obstacles to overcome. However, the bathroom doesn’t have to rule your child’s life. As your child grows and progresses there are a number of ways to simplify incontinence care.

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Autism, Diapers, & Incontinence: How to Help Your Child with Toilet Training

Managing autism already comes with its own set of unique challenges. On top of that, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are more likely to develop incontinence. Autism and incontinence may seem overwhelming at first, but there are proven ways to manage autism in incontinence without having to make drastic changes to your daily routine.

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The Likelihood of Incontinence in Individuals With Down Syndrome

There is a significant chance for both children and adults with Down syndrome to develop incontinence, but it doesn’t have to impact their quality of life. By recognizing and properly treating the incontinence symptoms as soon as possible, your loved one can properly manage their fecal or urinary incontinence by making simple changes to their daily lives.

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How To Successfully Travel With Incontinence Products

There is always a reason to travel. From the holidays to family reunions to simply wanting a vacation, you may need to be in a car or on a plane for a prolonged period of time. The idea of traveling with incontinence can quickly put a damper on your getaway plans. However, we are here to assure that all you need for a successful trip is a little extra preparation.

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5 Parenting Tips for Overcoming Nocturnal Enuresis (Bedwetting)

Nocturnal enuresis, or bedwetting, can be very concerning for both the parent and affected child. The exhaustion from middle of the night cleanups in addition to worrying about your child can quickly become overwhelming. You may not exactly know where to start, but with these few tips, you’ll be better equipped to handle your child’s enuresis.

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Sleep Apnea And Incontinence Wreak Havoc In The Bedroom

Do you find yourself stuck in the nightly routine of waking multiple times to use the restroom? Sure, as someone with urinary incontinence, that might be a normal occurrence, but is it combined with symptoms such as waking up with a headache, snoring loudly, or excessive fatigue? Then you may have sleep apnea and incontinence, both of which may contribute to each other as well as erectile dysfunction and a lowered sex drive.

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