Urology  |  Voiding Dysfunction


Voiding Dysfunction

  • History of toilet training important - most kids toilet train well, but then deteriorate.
  • Often have history of infrequent voiding, then running to toilet.
  • Smaller proportion go too frequently to the toilet.


  • Bladder retraining - ie void every 2 hours, good fluid intake.
  • Occasionally oxybutynin is required to aid bladder retraining.


Refer if:

  • Voiding dysfunction + UTIs.
  • Never able to successfully toilet train.
  • Day and night time leakage.
  • If bladder and bowel dysfunction- refer to paediatrics.

Last updated : Friday, August 21, 2015
Next review date : Saturday, August 20,2016

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