Anaemia can cause your child to have low energy levels and can even cause breathlessness. We spoke with Dr Kishor Tewary, a leading consultant paediatrician, to find out how common this condition is. He let us know what causes it and shared some top tips on how it can be treated.
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a very common illness in children and one that parents need to be aware of. If a UTI is not diagnosed and treated, it can sometimes affect the kidneys. Dr Kishor Tewary, a leading paediatrician, explains to us what the key symptoms of a UTI are in children and infants, and how they can be prevented.
Hydronephrosis means ‘excessive water/urine collection in the kidneys’. Hence, it’s a condition where urine cannot drain out of the kidneys properly, causing them to swell up or stretch. It can affect one or both kidneys. Dr Kishor Tewary, consultant paediatrician, with a special interest in uro-nephrology tells us more about hydronephrosis in children.
Most young children wet the bed from time to time. However, if bedwetting continues as the child gets older, should you be worried? Why do children wet the bed? And how can we help our children? Consultant Paediatrician Dr Kishor Tewary is here to explain.
Why do children get urinary tract infections – and can they be treated? We spoke to Dr Kishor Tewary, an experienced consultant paediatrician with a special interest in urology and nephrology.