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Incontinence provision in Welsh schools.

Incontinence provision in Welsh schools.

"One boy told the whole class I wear nappies. Everyone looked at me and I could feel my cheeks go red."

For Gruff, double incontinence has made some days at secondary school an anxious and humiliating experience. 

Campaigners claim there is a lack of support in Wales, estimating that 1 in 10 UK children suffer bedwetting, daytime accidents and constipation. 

The Welsh Government said it expected health boards to provide specialist-led continence services for under-19s.

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