I am tentatively planning to start cathing my 4 yr old daughter for continence reasons in 4 months. The first 2 months will be unmedicated and we plan to introduce bladder meds in 6 months. I spoke with her urologist and he basically said he is open to anything: patches, medication directly into bladder, whatever medicine I want–including a new one on the market called Mirabegron. While I really appreciate his flexibility, I’m a little overwhelmed at deciding what is best. Since we aren’t cathing for medical reasons, I really just want the least invasive medication. I was pretty set on meds directly into bladder until several parents said that this method is much harder to do when you are away from the house, involved meds 3 times daily, as opposed to just swallowing one pill and I want to really consider standard of living as well.I would love to try something herbal but feel like I would really want to do that under the supervision of a urologist that is familiar with it. Belladonna makes me nervous because my nutritionist who is pretty open to most things was very opposed to it (merit, he isn’t a urologist). TSpar, did your urologist mention any other herbs other than Belladonna? When do you consult with him again–not until you are ready to start cathing? Anyone else using a bladder med that they are happy with and has less side effects?