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Daytime wetting, urinary incontinence, wetting, urine leakage, incontinence and children, defecation


Children with daytime incontinence need the support of a specialized doctor or therapist, but certainly also of the teacher at school.Only with professional therapy and good support will the child be able to overcome the problem.

Are you looking for good support in your area? Please contact us, maybe we can help you!

Online training

Online training the University Clinic for Pediatric Surgery at the Inselspital Bern 

Urinary incontinence at school: That’s how important teachers are

Wetting at school. Support for teachers

Involving teachers is crucial to getting incontinence in children under control. The constant risk of wetting in class, during breaks or on school trips is a great burden for children and young people. Teachers should therefore be informed about the child’s diagnosis. If you actively support the therapy of children and young people, those affected usually make much faster progress.

In a Online training the University Clinic for Pediatric Surgery at the Inselspital BernTeachers learn how they can optimally support children with functional urinary incontinence. 

A pee and poop adventure story

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Have you ever wondered what happens to your body when you put off going to the bathroom? You can find out in this fun story book for children aged 4 to 7.

Our lovable characters from Wee & Poo also give you some tips on how to keep your bladder and intestines in good shape. Read on and find out more...


The children's organization ERIC Bowel & Bladder in Bristol, England, has published a very nice children's book. You can view or download the book at this link.


Happy children's books help the child to explain and understand the problem. The hands-on booklet pages stimulate in a positive way.