my son says he cant feel it when he has to poop or cant tell that he has poop all over his butthole from not wiping correctly. hes seen that its there by way of a mirror and gets embarrased.( he lives with his dad and yes ive talked to him about it but thats a no where street, so im left to you all for advice!) ne ways, i know my son ignores the feeling of having to go because he doesnt want to stop playing so then the result is poop stained underroos and a hurried wipe job. even with wet ones. he smells of poop often when i pick him up for the weekend and sometimes if i dont get him in the shower right away i will find little turd nuggets on my floor. and let me tell you i come unglued. do you ever have to deal with this or have you and if so what the ------do i do?!Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:00 PM on Aug. 3, 2009 in Tweens (9-12)
Answer by Anonymous at 9:12 PM on Aug. 3, 2009
Answer by bnnic at 9:20 PM on Aug. 3, 2009
It may be a simple hygiene issue but red flags went up for me.I'm assuming because you didn't mention anything that he has no physical challenges like anal retention or Sensory intergration problems. Does your son show any signs of attention deficit? Children who have ADD/ADHD , especially boys, often have bowel issues that extend long past what is considered a 'normal' age for such things. Giving his overall physical and emotional behavior a good think sometimes brings other things to light as well.
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