The surgical journey doesn’t end when the procedure is complete. Your child will still need some time to get back to normal, but there are some things you can do to help them during recovery.
Surgery might seem like an extreme response to urinary symptoms such as bedwetting or UTIs, but in some cases there are underlying issues that need to be addressed. What kinds of operations do we perform and when is surgery needed to treat urinary problems in children?
Baby circumcision is not usually necessary for medical reasons. However, if you want to have your son circumcised for religious or cultural reasons, then it is possible to do so safely with medical supervision.
Bedwetting isn’t always a sign of a urological problem that requires surgical intervention. It is actually a common part of childhood that most of us will grow out of in our own time.
Knowing how to respond to bedwetting isn’t easy, but it can make a big difference to your child. Providing the right kind of support can help your child to overcome this common problem.