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Is there any new help for adult enuresis?

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Not new, may work

Desmopressin (ddavp) a safe synthetic hormone works to reduce nocturnal urine production and helps many.
Long acting anticholinergics (oxybutininer.Ditropan la, or Detrol (tolterodine) la) can increase functional bladder capacity. One or other or both in combination may relieve bed wetting. Certainly worth a try if it hasn't been tried so far.

In brief: Not new, may work

Desmopressin (ddavp) a safe synthetic hormone works to reduce nocturnal urine production and helps many.
Long acting anticholinergics (oxybutininer.Ditropan la, or Detrol (tolterodine) la) can increase functional bladder capacity. One or other or both in combination may relieve bed wetting. Certainly worth a try if it hasn't been tried so far.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. David Vandersteen
Pediatrics - Urology

In brief: Depends

I guess this depends on your definition of "new" and the type of enuresis.
There are a multitude of new medications for bladder storage disorders (anticholinergics, Alpha blockers) and types of neuromodulation (ptns, interstim, botox). The "new" options for nocturnal enuresis are few and are usually the old standbys (alarm, ddavp, (desmopressin) tofranil) plus adding one of the above if needed.

In brief: Depends

I guess this depends on your definition of "new" and the type of enuresis.
There are a multitude of new medications for bladder storage disorders (anticholinergics, Alpha blockers) and types of neuromodulation (ptns, interstim, botox). The "new" options for nocturnal enuresis are few and are usually the old standbys (alarm, ddavp, (desmopressin) tofranil) plus adding one of the above if needed.
Dr. David Vandersteen
Dr. David Vandersteen
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Dr. Kamlesh Desai
Family Medicine

In brief: None recently

Not in the past few years.

In brief: None recently

Not in the past few years.
Dr. Kamlesh Desai
Dr. Kamlesh Desai
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