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Much of the history should focus
on voiding habits.
Dipstick urinalysis is not required in primary enuresis. Consider if red flags apparent. Further imaging or blood tests are not routinely recommended in enuresis.
Tricyclic medications are no longer recommended. They are less effective than other therapies and have a higher risk of adverse events.
>6 years, sublingual, initially 120 micrograms at bedtime; if needed, after 1-2 weeks increase to a maximum of 240 micrograms at bedtime.
>6 years, oral, initially 200 micrograms at bedtime; if needed, increase to 400 micrograms at bedtime.
route is not recommended due to higher risk of hyponatraemia.
Therapy: Lifting, Walking & Waking
Last updated July 2019