I haven't been on here in a while but now desperately need some advice.
DD is 26 months and has been totally toilet trained for 2 months. She very rarely has an accident and prides herself in being a 'big girl'.
On Wednesday she has daycare and is normally great there too. Then yesterday she only weed three times. Had a total melt down when we were out at the idea of using the toilet. Two of the three were in the bath/shower but one was a good one on the toilet. She didn't have any accidents, just didn't wee any other times.
Today at mums though she ha a random accident while watching tv and then had a poo accident (which she has NEVER had!!) while laying on the bed and then another wee accident on the bed too!
What on earth could be going on?
I wondered if it was worms? or maybe a uti? (Have a jar from the drs to try and catch some when she gets home) Is it just normal regression? It's really concerned me because she's always been so 'good'. Help!!
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26-04-2013 15:55 #1
26-04-2013 17:07 #2
i think it sounds normal for her age, kids will still have accidents whether they are sick or not. x
26-04-2013 22:11 #3
Dammit I was sorta hoping for a 'yes she has a uti' type answer! I can fix a problem, phases I can't
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