Urinary tract infections (often referred to as UTI) are 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
A red baby bum can be a diaper rash, fungal infection or just a result of heat and moisture. Learn how to distinguish diaper rashes… Read More »Diaper rash, fungal infections and a red baby bum.
Facts and advice about constipation in children Written by pediatricians for parents. Most children become constipated at some point. Learn how to recognize the symptoms… Read More »Children with constipation – do microlax and lactulose help?
Facts and advice from pediatricians about potty training and getting the 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
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