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Constipation and day time wetting issues 3yr old

Postby Lottielou on Fri Jun 15, 2018 10:41 am

Im looking for help and suggestions on potty training.

My daughter is 3yrs 8m.
We have been trying to train her now for around 1.5-2yrs on and off and continuously for the last 3months.

She is currently taking movicol daily for constipation issues. I have read there are links with constipation and wetting but how do i over come them?

She is very up and down with her toileting habbits, some days stays dry all day (with regular guidance) other days she wets upto 10+ times even when asked to go. Ive contact the gp with little outcome to rule out any other issues.
Ive tried all i can think of... rewards, potty, toilet, guiding a routine, child led, letting her pick pants and removing nappies (pull ups) from view, reduced cordial in diet and she has never ate much sugar, but does love fruit. I dont no where to go next?

Im sure its making her misrable being wet so much, as she has started crying when shes wet alot of the time (or possibly a tired issue)

We feel like we cant go anywhere or do anything and our life has been put on hold for months along with her missing out on so much.
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Re: Constipation and day time wetting issues 3yr old

Postby Mr Sachin Malde on Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:17 am

Thank you for your message, it sounds as though you're having a very tough time but you're doing all the right things. Although it doesn't seem like it at present, things will get better with time. There is definitely a link with the bladder and bowel and so managing her constipation as you are is important. If things aren't improving then I would suggest asking your GP for a referral to a paediatrician who specialises in bladder problems to discuss other things we could try to help.
Mr Sachin Malde
Consultant Urological Surgeon - BSc(Hons) MBBS MSc(Urol), FRCS(Urol)
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