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BritSPAG information resource about Rokitansky syndrome.

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BritSPAG information resource about managing periods.

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BritSPAG information resource about heavy periods.

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BritSPAG information resource about hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in teenagers.

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BritSPAG information resource about pelvic pain.

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BritSPAG information resource about laparoscopy and associated treatments in teenagers.

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BritSPAG information resource about ovarian cysts.

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BritSPAG information resource about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

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BritSPAG information resource about labial fusion.

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BritSPAG information resource about Lichen Sclerosus (LS).

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BritSPAG information resource about Müllerian anomalies.

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BritSPAG information resource about the vulva.

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BritSPAG information resource of 10 tips about dilating the vagina.

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BritSPAG information resource about dilating the vagina.

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A Bladder and Bowel UK resource about talking about going to the toilet.

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Lots of children and young people find looking after their teeth difficult. This resource aims to give you guidance on how to look after your child’s mouth, particularly if sensory difficulties are getting in the way. Why does mouth care matter? Keeping our mouths and teeth healthy as children...

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Going home plan for children Your child should now be feeling better than when they first came in. They should not need to use the blue salbutamol (reliever) inhaler as much anymore. You can now give your child their usual preventer inhaler every day. Continue to give your child their oral ...

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What is the neuro-oncology therapy team? The neuro-oncology therapy team is made up of: occupational therapists physiotherapists therapy assistants We provide rehabilitation, treatment and advice to children and young people after an injury, illness, surgery or treatment. We work to support children...

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Medicine for Children information about methylphenidate medicine for children with ADHD.

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A Crohn’s and Colitis UK resource about living with Crohn’s or colitis.

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National Kidney Foundation information about nephrotic syndrome in children.

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Nemours Kids Health information about recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs)

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What is a transcranial doppler? A transcranial doppler (TCD) is a test to measure the blood flow inside the brain. In sickle cell disease, the blood vessels in the brain can get narrower, which increases the risk of having a stroke. Around 11 percent of children with sickle cell disease will have a...

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About the service There are over 100 children registered at this hospital with a red cell disorder or Haemoglobinopathy. Most of the of our children have sickle cell disease or thalassaemia major. The clinic is open from Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm. The Haematology Ward (Ward 6) is open 24...

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