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Pain management in babies

Babies can experience pain, but they can’t tell you how they are feeling. Learn the signs that your baby might be in pain and how you can help to soothe them.

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Pelvic girdle pain in pregnancy

Some women develop pelvic pain in pregnancy. This is sometimes called pelvic girdle pain (PGP) in pregnancy) or symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD).

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Having the baby

The day has finally arrived! Find out what are the signs that you are going in to labour and what to expect during the birth.

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Control of Pain in Children (Paediatric Pain Management) | HealthEngine Blog

Paediatric Pain Management: Paediatric Pain Management is the Control of Pain in Children.  Pain can be associated with numerous paediatric diseases and conditions and the patient may require Paediatric Pain Management.

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Pain management (acute) - children - Better Health Channel

If you think your child is in pain, always see your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

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Treating my child’s pain or fever - paracetamol or ibuprofen? - NPS MedicineWise

Ibuprofen & paracetamol are two of the most commonly used over-the-counter (OTC) medicines to treat pain & fever in children. Find out which one to give & when. 

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Children's medicines and medications | Raising Children Network

When kids are sick, you want to help them feel better. But it can be hard to know whether children’s medicine and medications will help. Our guide explains.

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Manage the impact of chronic pain on your life - MindSpot Clinic

Learn about chronic pain, and how to manage the symptoms and your emotional wellbeing through the proven MindSpot Pain Courses.

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Managing JIA — Arthritis Australia

Early diagnosis and active, long-term management provides the best chance for a positive outcome for your child

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Caesarean Section - Birth Trauma

Being abdominal surgery, pain in the early months is very common after a caesarean section (C-section) and needs to be managed with rest, pain relief, and

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