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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMoosMum View Post
    Ahhhh I have issues with number 2s. Had multiple tests tried all different laxatives and enemas etc and often I can't poop for about 12 days so while a month sound like a long time I don think I'd totally discount it as being untruthful. I will say though it hurts the pain ad discomfort from not being able to poop regularly is crazy insane .... Fr me anyway.



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    MonsterMoosMum, my mum is the same. She easily goes for more than a week at a time without being able to poo. It's like her body is SUPER efficient at using the food (like a breastfed baby haha) or she's building an empire of impacted poo in there somewhere. She's been to so many specialists and still nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by casio1 View Post
    MonsterMoosMum, my mum is the same. She easily goes for more than a week at a time without being able to poo. It's like her body is SUPER efficient at using the food (like a breastfed baby haha) or she's building an empire of impacted poo in there somewhere. She's been to so many specialists and still nothing.
    Arghhh its hell and not knowing why sucks

    I've had the issue since having kids been dealing with it for nearly 4 years and the first say 5 days cool I can live with then it gets painful. I've had every test and trials they can think of and they can see no reason why I would have issues doing number 2s. I'm not a germ freak at all , I would gladly take pooped regularly on any toilet then be in the pain I end up in and try as I might I just can't and happens when it happens.





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    Ok I saw lady outside a Westfield shopping centre, about 20m from an entrance helping her son urinate against a wall near a footpath where everyone walks. The son looked approx 3 y.o. She was crouching down behind him so that nobody would see him. Obviously everyone could seè.

    I couldn't believe my eyes. I've never toilet trained before but I thought surely he could've waited another 2 mins to get inside and use a toilet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funnels View Post
    Ok I saw lady outside a Westfield shopping centre, about 20m from an entrance helping her son urinate against a wall near a footpath where everyone walks. The son looked approx 3 y.o. She was crouching down behind him so that nobody would see him. Obviously everyone could seè.

    I couldn't believe my eyes. I've never toilet trained before but I thought surely he could've waited another 2 mins to get inside and use a toilet?
    Some times at that age when they gotta go they gotta go. I never had to DS is generally good I make him go before we leave and we only go shopping once everything's open. So have never been in that situation but I do know that when he says he needs to pee he needs needs needs to pee. I guess at least she tried to be discreet and "cover" him

    Least it wasn't a number 2



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    Quote Originally Posted by Funnels View Post
    Ok I saw lady outside a Westfield shopping centre, about 20m from an entrance helping her son urinate against a wall near a footpath where everyone walks. The son looked approx 3 y.o. She was crouching down behind him so that nobody would see him. Obviously everyone could seè.

    I couldn't believe my eyes. I've never toilet trained before but I thought surely he could've waited another 2 mins to get inside and use a toilet?
    You don't know how old he was and you don't know the circumstances. The kid was having a wee not smoking crack. This thread really is the epitome of judgywudgywasabear syndrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    You don't know how old he was and you don't know the circumstances. The kid was having a wee not smoking crack. This thread really is the epitome of judgywudgywasabear syndrome.
    While I agree with the sentiment and have avoided this thread so far I do find it interesting that some people let boys wee more freely in public than they would a girl. Using the example Funnels described if I was with one of my girls and they "had to go" I'd be grabbing them and running hell for leather to the nearest toilet - with boys though it seems generally more accepted that because they have the equipment they can wee wherever. Don't get me wrong my girls have done plenty of bush wees over the years but never near a shopping centre or somewhere where there is a toilet but it's just a bit more of a hike to get there. And yep we've had many close calls and missed calls, but it's part of them learning not to leave it until the last minute.

    Since I was first caught up in toilet training DD1 5 years ago it's just something I've regularly observed with friends who have boys. And yes I get they can do it standing up so it's easier - but why is it more ok?

    I'll be TT'ing my son soon - dunno - maybe I'll embrace the "wee at will" approach

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    Meh. I personally would try to get my son at 3 to a toilet first. But if he was 3, well they don't get the concept of going to the toilet in advance before going out to the shops. Clearly the fact she was trying to block sight tells me she wasn't some feral who didn't care. Sometimes nature calls lol

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    When they're TTing sometimes they have to go RIGHT NOW. so you choose between them peeing all over themselves AND all over the ground, or just on the ground, in a corner. I know which I would prefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    While I agree with the sentiment and have avoided this thread so far I do find it interesting that some people let boys wee more freely in public than they would a girl. Using the example Funnels described if I was with one of my girls and they "had to go" I'd be grabbing them and running hell for leather to the nearest toilet - with boys though it seems generally more accepted that because they have the equipment they can wee wherever. Don't get me wrong my girls have done plenty of bush wees over the years but never near a shopping centre or somewhere where there is a toilet but it's just a bit more of a hike to get there. And yep we've had many close calls and missed calls, but it's part of them learning not to leave it until the last minute.

    Since I was first caught up in toilet training DD1 5 years ago it's just something I've regularly observed with friends who have boys. And yes I get they can do it standing up so it's easier - but why is it more ok?

    I'll be TT'ing my son soon - dunno - maybe I'll embrace the "wee at will" approach
    I have to admit I do agree with this. My friend's DS is encouraged to go pee on a tree even at home or at someone's house even though clearly there is a quick and accessible toilet inside. My DD saw him being encouraged to do this and whipped her underpants off and promptly squatted to do a wee on the grass. Everyone was all gasp horror but she didn't understand why the boy could do it and she couldn't. I don't understand why the boy is encouraged to wee anywhere you like, ok if you're on a farm and down the back paddock I can understand but this is a small backyard at two different houses. I can also understand being caught in the desperate 3yo leaving to the last minute pee where you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    When they're TTing sometimes they have to go RIGHT NOW. so you choose between them peeing all over themselves AND all over the ground, or just on the ground, in a corner. I know which I would prefer.

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    And you don't think girls ever have to go RIGHT NOW? Having TT'd 2 girls, they do. But you don't see many people stripping girls down and squatting in public but I see boys weeing quite regularly.

    The posts in response are exactly what I'm trying to understand - somehow with little boys it's "meh it's better than weeing all over themselves" but parents of girls have to try harder? I'm not judging I honestly don't get why it's different.


 

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