how do i get my child out of diapers because she is 11 and she can'tstop peeing in the diapers

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Milagros - posted on 05/29/2014

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has your family doctor ordered any bladder CTI maybe they need to look in to what could be the cause your child to wet the bed ,sometimes as children grow some organs don't grow as they should. I would check into that ,have them run some test to make sure everything is ok, sorry to hear about your situation hope everything works out god bless you and your family

Michelle - posted on 05/29/2014

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Kelly: You may be new but I'll let you know there are plenty of people that sign up just to troll. They post way out questions and enjoy how people try and "help" them. Yes there are many genuine people on here but when you see a post like this it screams troll and someone just seeking attention.
I hope this 1 post hasn't put you off.

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/29/2014

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Its like when you know your kids are trying to get out of trouble by the outlandish story they're forming as they talk to you...

It's not 'spidey sense', it's MOMMY sense!

A - posted on 05/29/2014

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Kelly we do give good advice here and we hope you continue to stay. It's just when we ask for clarification on a post so we can make sure we have all of the information some people get very defensive and won't answer. Like is the child who wears diapers 11 years or months. And then when they change their story it screams troll.

Kelly - posted on 05/29/2014

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Wow im new on here but if this is how people are giving so called 'advice' I think ill find somewhere else.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/28/2014

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AND why she's calling bullshit on questions asked for clarification...

It's a pity that we have so many trolls these days

A - posted on 05/28/2014

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Either a troll or someone who knows that they should have done potty training a long time ago which is why she won't clarify and that the story has changed- daytime to nighttime.

Jodi - posted on 05/28/2014

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Seriously? Why did you say earlier it was during the daytime then? Who knows what to believe?
"To Jodi, it is only at daytime. And no I haven't got her checked but I Don't think she has a problem"

Having said that, if your 11 year old is still wetting the bed at night and you have never had her checked for it by a doctor, you are still being negligent in your duty as a parent. She needs to be checked out.

Jodi - posted on 05/28/2014

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How can you say that it isn't a problem? She is ELEVEN YEARS OLD, still wearing diapers during the daytime and you haven't seen a doctor? Firstly, if you didn't think it was a problem I'm a little clueless as to why you bothered posting to ask. Secondly, if I knew of an 11 year old still wearing diapers in the daytime and whose parents had never addressed the issue with the doctor, I would call child protection and report the issue, because this is negligence.

Michelle - posted on 05/27/2014

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Emilie: If she's 11 YEARS old then yes, she has a problem.
Clarify her her age for us.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/27/2014

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I'm trying to understand if you are having a hard time comprehending simple English, or what?

You asked for help. You've been asked for clarification, and all you answer is "I don't think it's a problem", or " She doesn't have a problem"

Like I said, if she's a toddler, then you're right, there's NOT A PROBLEM. But if she's NOT, then there IS a problem. Why do you call asking for clarification bullshit? Please clarify both the child's age, and why asking for clarification is bullshit.

Emilie - posted on 05/27/2014

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Dear shawnn. Don't give me that freakin bull shit because i get mad really easy. And sorry for my bad language to the others that areally reading this.

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/27/2014

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For crying out loud...you've been asked if she's a toddler or a preteen, and all you can answer is 'I don't think it's a problem'

Well, honey, if she's a toddler, the behaviour is entirely normal, and the solution is called POTTY TRAINING. If she's 11 YEARS old, then yes, it IS A PROBLEM that needs to be addressed by a physician and possibly a behavioral therapist

Emilie - posted on 05/27/2014

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To Jodi, it is only at daytime. And no I haven't got her checked but I Don't think she has a problem

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 05/27/2014

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Please provide clarification as to the child's age. 11 MONTHS, or 11YEARS old?

Jodi - posted on 05/27/2014

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Is this at night or daytime too? And could you also answer the question as to whether you have had her to a doctor?

Michelle - posted on 05/26/2014

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If she is 11 years old then why have you only just seen this as a concern?
Unless she is severely Autistic or has developmental problems you should have dealt with this years ago.

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