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    Default Normal or not? 3yo TT

    My almost 3 year old has been day trained for a few months
    The last month she wets during the day now almost like she can't hold it in
    She knows how to go
    And goes to the toilet for every poo but wees her pants whenever
    Not alway but generally

    Is this normal? And how do I get her back on track?
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    Something happening in her life that could cause a regression? I'd just keep doing what you are doing

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    Nothing obvious at all...
    I hear regressions can be Normal but given she started and continued so well i can't work out why she's regressed
    I shall continue - as frustrating as it is !

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    My niece did this but it was around the same time as a new baby.. She had been toilet trained for around a year too. It didn't last too long. My other thought is a UTI?

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    UTI has crossed mine also but she seems otherwise well ??
    No new babies here !

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    My DS regressed similarly, and I put it down to the novelty of toilet training wearing off.

    I think we started a star chart to reward him.

    Anyway, it didn't last long - maybe a month? Then he was back to using the toilet again fine.

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    My son was the same. No problem with poo but he started wetting his pants. I don't think I did anything special, he just went back to using the toilet properly. I would suggest asking/reminding when you think it's time to do a pee. My son still leaves it to the last minute when he is busy and will sometimes have accidents because of that. I think their brain just gets focused on learning so much other stuff that they forget about the toilet.

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