Parents usually recognize when their child has to go to the bathroom the wiggle, the crossed legs. Christine Louise Hohlbaum, an American living in Paunzhausen, Germany, says both of her children, a boy and a girl, potty trained easily and were completely trained by 25 months. Linda Sonna, a psychologist, public speaker and the author of The Everything Potty Training Book Adams Media Corporation, , suggests other clues a parent can pick up on to help their children recognize when they have to go, such as smell. These things help children establish connections. Children need to be mature enough to understand what their bodies are trying to tell them.
Symptoms & Causes of Bladder Control Problems & Bedwetting in Children
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You will notice that:. Frequent urination sometimes reflects emotional tension. It means your child is under pressure. The symptom is involuntary, not deliberate. The urinary frequency may begin within 1 or 2 days of a stressful event or change in the child's routine. You can make the problem worse by worrying about disease.
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Millions of kids and teenagers from every part of the world wet the bed every single night. Maybe you do it. Most kids don't tell their friends, so it's easy to feel kind of alone, like you might be the only one on the whole planet who wets the bed. But you are not alone. The fancy name for bedwetting, or sleep wetting, is nocturnal nighttime enuresis say: en-yoo-REE-sus.
Dear Dr. Laura, My daughter just turned three. She has successfully used the toilet with a special seat but has begun holding instead of peeing, so I put her back in diapers.