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Children's Issues

Whether you have a newborn, toddler, or teen, your child might have a urinary tract infection or something wrong in their urinary tract. This section deals with urology conditions in children, including newborns right through the teen years.

Does Your Baby Have A Urinary Tract Infection?
Your baby cannot really make it plain what is wrong when she is sick. Watch for these symptoms to see if your baby might have a urinary tract infection.

Learn how to cope with your child's bedwetting, including common behavioral treatments and medical treatments for kids who wet the bed.

Hypospadias in Boys
Don't be alarmed if your baby is diagnosed with hypospadias, a birth defect that prevents boys from urinating normally. It is a common disorder and one that can be easily corrected surgically in the first 8 to 18 months of your child's life. This section deals with this defect.

Vesicoureteral Reflux in Children
Vesicoureteral reflux is a condition where the urine runs backwards. It is a common complication of urinary tract infection in children. Learn about what causes it, what its symptoms are, and how to get the best treatments.

Wilms' Tumor
Wilms' tumor is a rare childhood tumor that affects the kidneys. Learn about effective treatments and inroads in research.

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