Queensland has recorded no further cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours. Victoria has recorded new coronavirus cases and eight deaths in the past 24 hours. Follow our live coverage for the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic. The "tragic" details behind the death of a newborn baby 25 years ago in a toilet at a remote WA caravan park have been laid bare in a Perth court with the sentencing of the child's mother, a victim of sexual abuse, for killing him. The woman, who is now 39, had only just turned 14 in July when she gave birth alone to the boy in a toilet cubicle at a caravan park in the Goldfields town of Kambalda, kilometres east of Perth. The Perth Children's Court was told the baby had started crying, so the woman stuffed toilet paper in his mouth to keep him quiet, but the baby suffocated. She left the baby's body in the toilet bowl covered by paper and went to another toilet block where she cleaned herself up before returning to the caravan where she was staying with relatives.
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When it comes to potty training girls and boys, there are more similarities than differences in toilet techniques. Find out the most effective ways to potty train your little girl. You might have heard that girls are easier to train than boys, but that's not really true. Goldstein, M. But that doesn't mean your daughter will be ready earlier. Plenty of girls are just as resistant to potty training as boys are at an early age, so it's crucial to start training only when the time is right for your child. The good news is that girls can be neater than boys; they tend to be more aware of good hygiene like wiping and washing their hands. Also, because they sit when using the potty, it's less likely that urine will end up all over the bathroom floors and cabinets.
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Itching, redness, and swelling of the skin of the vagina and the surrounding area vulva is a common problem in girls before the age of puberty. Vaginal discharge may also be present. The color, smell, and consistency of the discharge can vary, depending on the cause of the problem. DO NOT try to remove any foreign object from a child's vagina. You may push the object back farther or injure your child by mistake. Take the child to a health care provider right away for removal. The provider will examine your child and may do a pelvic exam.
Ever since I started having sex I get urinary tract infections very frequently. Does that mean there could be something else wrong? If you have burning or pain with urination, it could be a number of things. One possibility is a urinary tract infection UTI , but other possibilities include a sexually transmitted disease STD , such as chlamydia, or just chemical irritation from a spermicide. It is difficult to tell the difference without seeing a doctor or nurse practitioner. Urinary tract infections tend to be more common in girls who have sex. Often, UTIs are the result of bacteria entering the urethra. Depending on the organism causing it and how your body reacts , you could have burning, vaginal discharge, abdominal pain, irregular bleeding, or other signs. Many times, though, STDs have few symptoms, which is why it is important for anyone who has had sex to be tested.