Facts and advice from pediatricians about potty training and getting your baby diaper-free. Potty training, it’s more about creating a routine than ‘training’. This process… Read More »Potty training – how to become diaper-free and when to stop using diapers
A red baby bum can be a diaper rash, fungal infection or just a result of heat and moisture. Learn more about how you can… Read More »Diaper rash, fungal infections and a red baby bum
Urinary tract infection (often referred to as UTI) is common in babies and in older children. UTI with a fever, or pelvic inflammatory disease, can… Read More »Urinary tract infection (UTI) in children and babies – symptoms and treatment
Constipation is a really common problem in children and babies. This is especially the case for bottle-fed babies, as well as those who have stopped… Read More »Constipation in babies and children – does lactulose help?
It is common for children to wet themselves. It is estimated that most children stop bedwetting at the age of 5 and stop daytime wetting… Read More »Incontinence – treatment for bed wetting and daytime wetting in children