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Complementary therapies for continence issues??

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twinnymumof3 Thu 21-Feb-13 20:25:24

Have tried everything. Alarms, medication, needle therapy to activate nerves in bladder. The consultant is the expert in this for our area and the continence nurse is the most un empathetic person you could ever meet. Feel like we are losing hope of ever changing things. Keen to try anything alternative .

HPsauceonbaconbuttiesmmm Tue 19-Feb-13 12:57:24

Definitely second opinion. Look around and specify who you want to be referred to, even if that means travelling the country. Find the best. Your poor twins, and poor you!

PromoCon Tue 19-Feb-13 09:11:34

Hi if you need any help and advice about this ring PromoCon we are a national charity with a team of clinicians on 0161 607 8219. Also, either get in touch with school nurse or the Paediatric Continence Advisor in your area who may have a enuresis alarm for you to try on the bed.

BoysAreLikeDogs Mon 18-Feb-13 15:36:39

Yes second opinion would be useful.

Is the cons a specialist in continence issues, or a general paed? Ask your GP for a Continence clinic referral.

ZuleikaD Mon 18-Feb-13 07:19:56

I'd say you need a second medical opinion.

aftermay Sun 17-Feb-13 22:13:48

What have you tried so far? Does if not work at all or only works for a while?

twinnymumof3 Sun 17-Feb-13 22:10:26

Help! 10 year old twins still wearing nappies at night and often wet in day. consultant has admitted he does not know what else to do. Has anyone tried anything alternative??

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