Pediatric Health

As the leading urologists in Omaha, NE, we specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of urological conditions and diseases in children. The most common pediatric condition treated by our physicians is a urinary tract infection. Other conditions include structural defects in the urinary tract, kidney stones and urinary obstructions, and bladder difficulties, such as bedwetting.

Talk with a Pediatric Urologist in Omaha, NE

If your child is experiencing urological pain or discomfort, we recommend giving our Council Bluffs or Omaha children's clinic a call or scheduling an appointment.

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Around 8 percent of girls and one to two percent of boys experience a urinary tract infection (UTI) before reaching the age of 5. UTIs in children occur when bacteria infect the urinary tract, which includes the organs and tubes responsible for producing, storing, and expelling urine. This system comprises the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra.

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In most cases, the exact reason for a child's bedwetting remains unknown, although numerous potential factors can contribute to it. Your child might have a smaller-than-average bladder capacity, or they may produce an excessive amount of urine during the night, exceeding their bladder's capacity to contain it. You can help your child by learning about the different causes and treatments for bedwetting.