Kidney Disease Self-Assessment

People can have kidney disease without realising it until it’s quite advanced. Take this test to find out if you should have your kidney function checked.

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Bladder Issues

How to help a child who’s wetting the bed

Bedwetting – also called enuresis – is a common condition. But while it’s nobody’s fault, it can have a serious impact on your child’s self-esteem and emotional wellbeing. And according to the World Bedwetting Day campaign, it can also affect a child’s daytime functioning, both at school and in social situations.

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Bedwetting: is it a problem?

Bedwetting is common in young children. But what causes it and when should your child see their GP about it?

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Bladder Issues

Ways to a better bladder

If you have a problem with your internal plumbing, chances are you’re experiencing bladder weakness, an overactive bladder or a urinary tract infection

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Bladder Issues

What’s causing your bladder weakness?

According to the NHS, between three and six million people in this country have some degree of incontinence problem. We look at the things that increase your risk of bladder weakness and what you can do about it

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The new treatment for urinary incontinence: relaxing bladder muscles with Botox

It may be best known for keeping celebrities looking young and fresh-faced, but Botox has just been approved for a very different task in the United States.

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Late potty training can lead to bladder problems

Many health experts advise parents to start potty training their children from the age of two onwards.

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Bladder Self-Assessment

Don’t suffer in silence, take the assessment and find out where you should seek help

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How to boost your bladder control

Don't be too embarrassed to find ways of coping with bladder weakness. Here's how your pharmacist can help.

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It’s a man thing

The older man complaining of waterworks troubles is something of a comic cliché - you could almost say it's the male equivalent of the middle-aged woman having hot flushes.

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