Kao Worldwide. Changing Nappies. Start by cleaning off the poo and then carefully wipe baby's bottom, genitals and in between creases. Wrapping a clean wipe around your finger will help you clean these tiny areas more easily. Clean the urinary area first.
The Urology Foundation has found half of Brits find it embarrassing to talk about their urological health - and a third of the UK have no understanding of what constitutes a urological problem. Urological diseases are those which affect the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs - which includes the kidney, bladder, prostate, testicles and penis in men. Related conditions also include urinary tract infections, cancer of the urology organs, kidney stones, chronic kidney disease, incontinence and erectile dysfunction. September marks Urology Awareness Month , with The Urology Foundation urging people that blood in their urine could be a symptoms of serious condition. However, The Urology Foundation is using people to go to their GP if they are concerned about symptoms. So what could finding blood in your urine really mean?
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Blood in the urine is a common problem that could be caused by a variety of things, not just cancer. The first step after you see unexplained blood in your urine is to schedule an appointment with a doctor. Your doctor can help you determine the cause of this issue. Learn more about common causes of finding blood in urine and what more serious issues for which you should be looking out. Blood in the urine is also called hematuria.