Protein in the urine—what does it mean?
Some young boys need frequent trips to the bathroom. They seem to be unable to direct the flow of urine. Help is on the way.
Enuresis, or involuntary urination, can be caused by a number of physical as well as psychological reasons. It is important to determine the cause of the problem before tackling the treatment.
The diaper looked full of blood, but the doctor assured me that it was NOT, and nothing to be concerned about.
Nearly every day parents ask how they can help with their child’s pooping difficulties. While this is one of the most common pediatric problems, there is not a quick easy cure. It requires recognizing when a child is constipated, treating the problem every day, and constantly monitoring for return of symptoms. This guide will help parents identify and treat constipation, hopefully before it becomes a serious medical problem.
Hey doc, the neonatal doctor said that his testicle had not come down, and that you would need to follow this. He told us this was not uncommon and not a problem. What do you think?
Young girls often complain of painful urination that is frequent and urgent. While this may be the sign of a bladder infection necessitating antibiotics, it is also the sign of vaginitis, a more common and benign condition that does NOT require antibiotics. This article discusses vaginitis, the causes and the treatment.
Hydrocoeles are quite common in newborn males. Dr. Theriot examines what they are and why they form.
Vaginitis is the result of irritation and inflammation from various causes. One of the most common causes for female children is bubble baths.
Dr. Theriot recounts several instances where abnormal lab results aren't really abnormal.
Dr. Theriot reviews the causes and symptoms of reflux.