My daughter will be 6 years old next month and she is still peeing herself several times a day. Not only that, she will sit in it until I ask her if she has had an accident because I can smell the horrible ammonia smell coming from her. When I ask her why she did it, the answer is always "I don't know". When she stays at her grandparents house, she stays dry, and usually manages to even make it through the night without wetting herself. I have taken her to the doctor, offered rewards, taken away her most prized possessions, and even made her wear a diaper hoping it would embarrass her enough that she would start going. SHE DOESN'T CARE! Someone please help!Answer Question
Answer by Mrs_Prissy at 3:46 PM on Aug. 18, 2013
Is there something going on at home that could possibly cause this? Maybe something you are not even aware of?
Answer by JeremysMom at 3:50 PM on Aug. 18, 2013
Doctor. Any time child that has been fully and completely potty trained in this age range that begins to have accidents again a sexual abuse assessment by a professional trained in that area is recommended. This is one of the signs of sexual abuse.It does not mean she has been sexually abused ,there are many psychological and physical reasons for this behavior but it is common in female children that have been sexually abused.Be safe and have her checked to rule it out.
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