A child whose bladder has problems filling or fully emptying may require medical evaluation and treatment for a voiding disorder. Sometimes voiding problems may be brought about by behavioral issues that are specific to children, and sometimes they are the result of physical problems with the structure of the urinary tract, which may either be congenital or acquired through disease or injury. Endocrine and kidney diseases that affect the urinary tract may also be a cause of voiding dysfunction in kids. Voiding dysfunction may manifest itself in daytime enuresis (uncontrolled urination); accidental loss of bladder control while laughing, coughing or sneezing; a frequent and urgent need to urinate (seven or more times per day); and bedwetting. Treatments for this disorder may include medication and dietary adjustments, behavioral interventions and possible surgery.