Daytime wetting is uncommon past the ages of 3-4. Most children will have gained good control of their bladder by this age.
If your child continues to have accidents or is unable to achieve bladder toilet training, proper professional advice may be needed.
An overactive bladder is caused when the bladder has a problem with its ability to store urine. The bladder has sudden spasms and the child will often have urinary urgency and they often have urine leakage.
A child who has overactive bladder syndrome will benefit from an assessment and management plan from a qualified Pelvic Health Physiotherapists.