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Part 1, Interview with Guy Bogaert: Bedwetting in children and adults – causes and treatment options
In this interview Professor Guy Bogaert reviews interesting new insights concerning treatment with desmopressin, the improvement of sleep quality in bedwetting and the relationship between bedwetting and breathing/snoring. With regard to polyuria in adults, a different approach is necessary in elderly people who may have comorbidities. Professor Bogaert also talks about the incidence of monosymptomatic enuresis; these figures are related to people’s awareness of the problem which is often inadequate.
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Part 2, Interview with Guy Bogaert: Bedwetting in children and adults – causes and treatment optionsThe second part of this interview with Professor Guy Bogaert, focuses on practical recommendations for physicians. In a first step,...
- What were new things regarding bedwetting presented here at the congress?
- What is your opinion about the recent reports on the impact of polyuria in adults? As far as I understand, there is a tendency to pay more attention to polyuria in adults and also to use the same medicine as in children.
- Do you think that, in the future, we will use desmopressin also in adults?
- I would like to ask a rather private question on your personal opinion about monosymptomatic enuresis. I feel that it is not so widespread, as we can see. It seems to me that there are not so many people and children who have real monosymptomatic enuresis. What do you think: what is the rate of real monosymptomatic enuresis? Or are the people who have monosymptomatic enuresis not very well diagnosed?