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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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Why is physiotherapy important after cranio-cervical decompression (CCD) surgery? Your child will be seen by a physiotherapist after surgery, to help them get back to the mobility they had before, and to check they are moving their neck. Helping your child after surgery In the first few days after...

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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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Nobody likes to feel hungry. It can make it harder to concentrate at school or college, make you feel less energetic and make you choose less healthy foods. For some people, their body might be less sensitive to feelings of fullness and so they feel hungry more quickly after a meal, or it may...

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Information and support on chronic fatigue syndrome ME Action for ME Action for ME is the only charity in the UK supporting people with ME of all ages and our services have often been referred to as a ‘lifeline’ by those who have accessed them. NHS chronic fatigue syndrome ME NHS...

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This resource is for children who are attending the energy management service for chronic fatigue syndrome. Please download a blank energy management activity diary here. Why keep an activity diary? Keeping a record of what you do, when and for how long helps you look closely at your own lifestyle...

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Encouraging good sleeping habits in children with learning disabilities, including bedtime routine, settling, timings, what to do if they wake in the night, crying, if they want to sleep in your bed, and daytime naps.

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If you are being treated with a paraffin based product, for example: white soft paraffin white soft paraffin plus 50 percent liquid paraffin emulsifying ointment These can be covered by a dressing or clothing. Keep away from fire when using these products. Paraffin based products in contact with...

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Your child would benefit from practising their speech sounds at home. Use the speech sound pack provided by your Speech and Language Therapist. Each pack will focus on saying one sound at a time in a specific position of the word such as beginning, middle or end. The first page of each booklet...

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