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Nocturnal Enuresis Service

The Nocturnal Enuresis Service offers county-wide support for children and young people with concerns about night time bedwetting.

The service is run by a trained Specialist Nurse, and operates predominantly from Allington Clinic, Ipswich – with children and young people being seen at these locations:

  • Allington Clinic, Ipswich – weekly on a Wednesday.
  • Hardwick Children's Centre, Bury St Edmunds – twice a month on a Wednesday.
  • Framfield Medical Centre, Woodbridge – on the 3rd Monday each month.
  • StowHealth, Stowmarket – on the 4th Monday each month.

Children and young people aged between 5 and 19 years old can be referred to the service by:

  • GPs
  • Urologists
  • Paediatricians
  • Nurse Specialists (on behalf of Paediatricians)
  • Nurse Practitioners (on behalf of GPs)
  • School Nurses

Children aged 5 to 7 must have had support from their School Nurse service in relation to their concern before a referral will be considered.

 

Who to contact

Name
Nocturnal Enuresis Service
Telephone
Allington Clinic: 01473 275295
Hardwick Children's Centre: 01284 733940
Email
EnuresisTeam@suffolk.gov.uk

Where to go

Days & Times

Monday – Wednesday

Other details

Referral required?
Yes
Notes

You can find more information about Nocturnal Enuresis on NHS Choices.

 

Last Updated
08/07/2019

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