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Children’s incontinence aids are designed to help manage the symptoms of poor bladder and bowel control and are designed especially for children.
Children’s incontinence aids can really help to improve a child's quality of life and save them from being housebound or spending all their time in the toilet.
Children who need support in managing incontinence.
There are a few factors to consider before purchasing an incontinence aid for a child:
If your child is having problems with incontinence and you are thinking of buying products for them for the first time, we will always suggest you talk to your GP, district nurse or local continence service if you haven’t already done so. They can identify the cause, discuss treatment options and, if products are available to help manage their problem, they can tell you what the NHS will provide.
If you need help or advice on any of the products in this category, you can contact our Expert Advice Service here or speak to one of the team using our Live Chat system.