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Enuresis in children

Enuresis in children refers to the phenomenon that children over 5 years old can't control their micturition, often wet their beds at night and sometimes pee their pants during the day. Enuresis is common in childhood. According to statistics, 10-20% of children have bed wetting at the age of 4 and a half, about 5% at the age of 9, and only 2% still wet their beds at the age of 15. The disease is more common in boys, and the ratio of boys to girls is about 2:1. The incidence rate is highest among children aged 6-7. Most children with enuresis can heal themselves after several years of onset, and the self-healing rate of girls is higher, but some children will continue to grow up without treatment.

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