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Flush away your potty training worries: Answers to 5 common questions

Is your 4-year-old not yet potty trained? Does your toddler get upset when she has an accident? Potty training can be time-consuming, confusing and stressful, but you can ease your concerns by knowing what’s expected and recognizing when you may need to ask for help. Dennis S. Peppas, M.D., and Eran Rosenberg, M.D., pediatric urologists […] Read More »

Andrew’s life-changing surgery

Hattie Haller of Louisville, Kentucky, wants to raise awareness about a condition called tethered spinal cord syndrome that can cause developmental delays and other symptoms in children. She is sharing the story of her 5-year-old son, Andrew, so that other parents can be aware of the signs to look for in their own children. According […] Read More »

So your child wets the bed…should you be concerned?

Bedwetting can be frustrating, embarrassing and uncomfortable for you and your child. But for most families, it’s a common part of childhood. Dennis S. Peppas, M.D., and Eran Rosenberg, M.D., pediatric urologists with Norton Children’s Hospital Urology Specialists, weigh in on common bedwetting questions and address when a child’s accidents could be a sign of […] Read More »