Circumcision is rarely performed on babies in the UK but some parents do choose to have the procedure for religious or cultural reasons. One of the common questions that parents have about circumcision in babies if whether there are any medical benefits associated with the procedure. We wouldn’t recommend baby circumcision for medical reasons but … Read More
If your child has a urinary problem then you’ll probably hear a lot of unfamiliar terms. Keep reading to learn all about the different parts of the urinary system that might play a part in your child’s condition.
If you’re a new or expectant parent then you may have heard the term tongue tie, especially if you are breastfeeding or planning to breastfeed. What exactly is tongue tie and how likely is it that your baby will be affected?
Approximately 1 in 25 boys are born with one or both undescended testicles. What does this mean and why does it happen? Keep reading to find out the answers.
Urinary incontinence in children is very common, especially during toilet training. Most children will have the occasional accident during the day or wet the bed at night even after they’ve mastered their bladders while they’re awake. In most cases, there’s nothing to worry about. However, incontinence can sometimes be a sign of a physical issue … Read More
Finding out that your baby needs surgery can be worrying, but your child isn’t alone in needing some extra care in their early years. Many babies in the UK need operations to correct conditions that they were born with or to tackle issues that developed later on. If your baby is having an operation at … Read More
Circumcision is a medical procedure that can be performed at any age, when necessary. However, it is most often performed in children or teenagers. Keep reading to find out when circumcision may be recommended by your doctor.
If your child has an inguinal hernia then the first questions you’ll ask will probably be whether it hurts and if there are any risks. The answer to the first question can depend on how bad the hernia is, but even if it is very mild it’s important to be aware of the answer to … Read More
Although it is quite unusual to have undescended testicles, they are probably more common than you think. In most cases, the testicles will drop down by themselves, but sometimes treatment is needed to correct the problem.
Most children will wet the bed at some point, especially when they are just getting used to sleeping without a nappy. However, sometimes children can keep wetting the bed for longer than usual or start bedwetting again at a later age. When this happens, it can be very distressing, so it’s important to provide as … Read More