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Bladder weakness after birth

Leaking urine after childbirth is very common. It can be embarrassing and inconvenient, but there are ways to improve bladder weakness.

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Incontinence & Bladder Weakness | Jean Hailes

What makes a normal bladder. Types of incontinence. Causes and symptoms. Diagnosis and treatment. Prevention and management.

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Bladder and bowel for children | Australian Government Department of Health

Children can often have bladder and bowel health problems. These problems may be developmental or social. Find out what these problems are and how you can manage them.

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Children Bladder and Bowel Control Problems | Continence Foundation of Australia

Learn more about the common bladder and bowel control problems experienced by children and how they can be managed and/or treated.

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Urinary tract infections in children - MyDr.com.au

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are relatively common in children and can sometimes be caused by your child’s bladder not emptying properly or structural problems of the kidneys or bladder.

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Where to get help · Pelvic Floor First

Pelvic floor (and other bladder or bowel control) problems are not normal

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Gynaecological surgery · Who's at risk? · Pelvic Floor First

Gynaecological or pelvic surgery such as a hysterectomy or pelvic radiotherapy can result in bladder problems

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Vesicostomy | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is a Vesicostomy? It is an opening created between the bladder and the abdominal wall

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Urinary incontinence in children | Raising Children Network

Children with urinary incontinence can’t control their bladders and wet themselves in the day. There are many treatments, including behaviour modification.

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Intravenous pyelogram (IVP) | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is IVP (Intravenous pyelogram)? An IVP examination is a series of X-rays to show your child's kidneys and bladder (the urinary system)

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