Pharmacological therapy

UTIs:

Prophylaxes are recommended as children with recurrent UTIs, especially girls with DV, may be depending on prophylaxis to bring down the number of infections.

Constipation:

Laxatives Polyethylene glycol, (PEGS) are the most commonly used laxatives as medication for constipation.

OAB:

Medication may be needed to control bladder over-activity, oxybutynin is the only antimuscarinic approved by the FDA for the treatment of OAB symptoms in children older than 5 years. Beside oxubutine other anticholinergic medicines exist. Like Tolterodine, Solifenacin. Mirabegron all of them have not been approved for paediatric use, but studies have shown a good response and tolerance of these agents in children previously resistant to oxybutynin.

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