please any one can help me

Mam - posted on 05/13/2012 ( 9 moms have responded )

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i have 2.8 years old son

from 3 month i began toilit training with him he was ok and was helpful son,some days he wake up dry

but theses days he began to make some drops in his under and refuse to go to bathroom and became obstinat.

During night he refuses to wake up with me to go to bathroom and didnot woke up dry

i became depressed,i didnot know what can i do with him?

please any one can help me



thanks for giving me any advice

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Louise - posted on 05/13/2012

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Your son is still very young and most children have a relapse at some point. Just keep going and with what you are doing he will be clean again. My daughter is 3.5 years old and still wears pj pants to bed as she is not ready to be dry all night. Let your son sleep at night with pull ups but stick to underwear only during the day. He will be dry at night when he is ready.

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Patricia - posted on 05/16/2012

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you usually do go backwards for a bit most of my kids did the 8 i havetoilet trained 2 to go

Renee - posted on 05/15/2012

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YOUR SON IS HAPPY AN HEALTHY DONT WORRY ABOUT IT MAYBE TRY PUTTING A POTTY IN HIS ROOM AS WALKING ALL THEWAY TO THE TOILET IS VERY DAUNTING AT A YOUNG AGE I FOUND THIS HELPED FOR 6MONTHS NOW SHE PREFERS THE TOILET AN HOLDS ALL NIGHTAGAIN AS SHE WENT THRU THIS AS WELL

Patricia - posted on 05/15/2012

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boys take longer than girls they take longer to develop muscle control be patient

Patricia - posted on 05/15/2012

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boys take longer than girls they take longer to develop muscle control be patient

Katherine - posted on 05/13/2012

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I agree. He will do it when he's ready. He is a bit young right now......

Medic - posted on 05/13/2012

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My son was totally day trained by 24 months but he was a few months past his 4th birthday when he was consistantly dry all night and we stopped using pullups. Some kids are just not ready and no matter how hard you try to force it they will only be ready when their body is. Waking the kids up at night is rediculous and you are not helping to train them you are only training yourself.

Brittney - posted on 05/13/2012

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Potty training is constant, some people use diapers/pullups at bedtime because they know their child will not wake up dry. I wake my daughter up at 3 or 4 in the morning to have her to potty. She wears underwear to bed with a pee pad underneath. But she never used to have to be woken up. At 18 months she went 3 weeks waking up dry, the night I put her in underwear she peed her bed. Then I bought a new 108 pack of size 2 diapers again, never used them. Then I started waking her at 19 months because she woke me up a few times to go potty. I have to remind her that when she needs to go, she needs to tell me. Is there anything that has changed in your son's life? like a new routine, baby, school, move...etc things like that are unsettling and he may regress a little. Just keep up with what you're doing during the day, if necessary limit fluids a little bit (usually 3 hours before bed), make sure he goes before going to bed, and if it takes a few accidents then it takes a few accidents. I can't wait until my daughter wakes herself up to use the potty instead of me having to help her. He also may have a urinary tract infection, those cause pain during urination and he may not want to pee, so he holds it as long as he can. If you still use diapers, use them at night until they're gone and tell him that he is a big boy and big boys wear underwear and go potty in the potty. Best of luck!

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