In the last week, she has just become aware yet obsessive of pee pee and poo poo. What has worried me most is what happened yesterday — we were travelling back from holiday on a flight and she literally held her pee for 10 hours. I was so worried. She kept saying pee pee and I tried everything to make it fun to pee in her nappy and sit on the toilet with mommy, singing songs etc like we always do at home or when out but she held on. When we got to our home after the long day travelling, her tummy was so swollen — we tried tickling her etc but when we put her feet on the cold tiled floor I think that finally made her go. She suddenly hates her changing unit too so we switched her over to pull-ups which she loves, but since then she hates the idea of her pull-ups being changed.
Q&A: Solutions to Your Child’s Biggest Potty Training Problems
My month-old daughter is holding on and avoiding going to the toilet
For some children potty training leads to issues with wetting and constipation that are very easily dealt with if parents are given the proper information. You may need to enroll in a new health plan. Learn more. The goal of this website is to assist parents in properly toilet training their children. Of course, potty training happens very naturally for most children and their parents do not need any help.
My 20-month-old daughter is holding on and avoiding going to the toilet
You asked, we answered! These experts cover all things potty training, making your problems a thing of the past. What can I do if my child has difficulty making it to the bathroom in time? We're potty training our son, and he hardly ever makes it to the potty on time.
Babies cannot control the muscles that keep their bladder and rectum closed until about 18 months. Before this time, if you put your baby on the toilet, your child may pee urinate , but they cannot control when they go or hold their urge to pee. Most children begin to show that they are ready to toilet train between 18 and 24 months.