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I've read a lot about kids who were potty trained then reverted back but my problem is that although she goes pee in the potty, she still pee's her pants on a day to day basis. She has to wear pullups at night because she can't clearly use the potty on a normal basis during the day. Could there be something wrong with her blatter? Why is she struggling so much to pee in the potty when she knows how to use it in the first place?Answer Question
Have you spoken to her Pediatrician? Is she regularly constipated? Chronic Constipation often can cause that to happen. If so, you can try Miralax for a month or two. It makes the stool soft & it easier to go but not urgently. BUT, I'd talk to her Dr. ASAP.
Answer by ILovemyPaulie at 12:44 PM on Apr. 6, 2013
Answer by ILovemyPaulie at 12:46 PM on Apr. 6, 2013
Some Dr.'s don't consider it a problem until they are 7 years old. Does it happen when she is sitting quietly, or is she busy doing something when it happens? Some kids just don't want to stop what they are doing and they end up waiting until it's too late. That's a maturity issue. Maybe make her help clean up if you don't already as a negative time consuming consequence of her ignoring the signals to use the restroom. It would be a good idea to bring it up to her Pediatrician though.
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