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  1. Parechovirus

    Good personal hygiene is essential to prevent the spread of parechovirus to others, both for those infected and their carers.

  2. Parkinson's disease

    People with Parkinson's disease can help manage their symptoms through medication and support.

  3. Parkinson's disease and constipation

    Constipation is a common complication of Parkinson's disease.

  4. Parkinson's disease and sexual issues

    Communication is the best remedy for all types of relationship problems, including sexual problems caused by Parkinson?s disease.

  5. Passive smoking

    Passive smoking means breathing other people's second-hand tobacco smoke. Passive smoking increases the risk of serious illness in both children and adults.

  6. Patterned hair loss

    All men and women develop progressive patterned hair loss as they grow older.

  7. Pelvic floor

    Pelvic floor exercises are designed to improve muscle tone and prevent the need for corrective surgery.

  8. Pelvic organ prolapse

    The ligaments and muscles that support the pelvic organs sometimes stretch and cause these organs to drop down. This is called a ‘pelvic organ prolapse’. 

  9. Pericarditis

    Pericarditis symptoms may be similar to those of heart attack and include chest pain and abnormal heart rhythms.

  10. Period pain – dysmenorrhoea

    Women of any age can experience painful periods and some women find periods are no longer painful after pregnancy and childbirth.