Month: October 2015

Bedwetting, Your Bladder

How To Help A Teenager With Bladder Problems

Bladder problems in children can become an ongoing issue, even into their teenage years. Here’s some expert advice on how to tackle the sensitive subject in your family. 

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Your Pelvic Floor

How To Talk To Your Daughter About Her Pelvic Floor

Don’t pass bad habits down the generations! Can you remember your mum telling you to go to the toilet ‘just in case’? It was usually a command that all the family obeyed before leaving the house. What about those other words of wisdom ‘It’s a good idea to stop and start when you’re weeing, it […]

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Bedwetting, Your Bladder

How To Treat Bedwetting

You should try to understand that it’s not your child’s fault and they are not wetting the bed intentionally. It’s quite a common problem and in a typical class of 30 children aged between seven to nine years, a couple of them will wet the bed. It’s not something parents tend to chat about in the […]

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Bedwetting, Your Bladder

How To Prevent Bedwetting

Learn about how your child’s bladder works The bladder is a small muscular organ that is tucked in the front of the pelvis. It acts as a reservoir slowly collecting urine that’s filtered into it from the kidneys. So most of the time a bladder will have some urine in it, as it steadily fills […]

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