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Night Time Potty Training For Boys 6 Years Old
My 6 year old son has been potty trained for over 3 years but is starting to poo his pants. Help!?
May be constipated: One of the most common reasons for pooping in his pants is the child is constipated, and has "overflow incontinence". If your child does not have a bm regularly, or is very quick in passing a bm, his large intestine may be full of poop, and he may be waiting until he can't hold it anymore. Check his stool pattern, and also find out why he is holding his bm's. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 mo old boy , doing potty during every feed, for last 48 hrs, now have rashes, generally he did 1-2 poo. He smiles and making eye contact frequently.
7.5-9 depending on..: Individuals have variable sleep needs but most adults need 7 1/2-9 hours of sleep a nite, though many don't get that much. Sleep needs vary based on genetics, activity level, stress etc. If you wake to an alarm clock the odds are good you're not getting enough! seeing how long you sleep when you don't use an alarm can help you see how much you need. See http://www.Helpguide.Org/life/sleeping.Htm. ...Read more
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Eneuresis: Nocturnal ensuresis can be hereditary. Most out grow this by age 7. Were they ever dry at night? Are they sound sleepers? There are a few questions including the two i mentioned that should be discussed with their doctor along with a thorough physical exam. Make an appointment with their doctor. ...Read more
Normal : Some people do remember early childhood happenings particularly big ones , which leave an impact . I would not worry . ...Read more
6 year old Child with nightly pain around left eyebrow. Occurs shortly after lying down. Ongoing every night for 6 months, 2nd year in a row.
26 mo old son at same daycare since 3 mo old, new room every 6 mo. Teacher says he doesn't talk. He's talkative at home. Problem? Suggestion?
Normal,Probably: Toddlers are often overwhelmed in what is to them new or strange situations.The changes may bother him. Thus they are quiet, withdrawn or very quiet. Once they warm up and are comfortable, they then become more outgoing. This is very normal and no cause for worry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 year old has been potty trained for over a year. Suddenly having several pee/poop accidents a day. What should I do?
? constipation.: Once children are potty trained, if they tend to hold their urine and stool instead of going to the potty, then they eventually get chronically constipated and that can couse urine and stool accidents during the day. Make an appointment to your pediatrician to check her out and see what is going on. ...Read more
Have you seen a dr?: If you have regular intercourse during the time of the month when your wife is ovulating for one year without conceiving, that is considered a fertility problem. I recommend you see a fertility specialist if possible. The problem could just be with the timing and frequency of sex, but if that is not a problem, then there could be an issue with either or both of you. Sometimes it is simple. ...Read more
My 5 yr old son has been potty trained for years but has wet the bed 4 times this week. What is going on?
Probably normal: Many children, up yo age 5 or 6 years "relepse" and have a few wet nights. Your son may have started to drink a lot beforegoing to bed. May be excessively tired and thus not have the sensation of a full bladder. Certainly have his urine checked in case of infection, however his urine would likely have a strong odor if infected. Utis in 5-y-o boys is quite rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Toilet training: Many Asian cultures start training around one. In the United States, training is suggested when a cold can indicate the need to toilet, is physically capable of sitting unsupported on the toilet, can remove underwear or diaper without assistance and is not fearful of the toilet. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 49 yrs and my wife 36 years old...Married for 13 years now...Have one girl child about 4yrs old..I want one more child but not succeeding..Pl help?
1year old screams out every night after being asleep 2hours at the same time and it takes him ages to settle.he has his eyes closed & is inconsolable ?
Night Terror: Night terrors occur when child is crying out in sleep. They can be stressful for the parent. Here is a great article about night terrors and nightmares from the American Academey of Pediatrics https://www.healthychildren.org/English/ages-stages/preschool/Pages/Nightmares-and-Night-Terrors.aspx ...Read more
Enuresis alarm: Enuresis can persist into young adulthood and is usually familial. It can be quite frustrating for affected people. First line prevention is avoiding liquids after 6 pm and voiding before bed. Enuresis alarms are devices that attach to the waistband and vibrate when the bladder contracts, and DDAVP is a medication (oral or nasal spray) which are other treatment options. I hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My babies 4 months he's been a poor sleeper since 6 weeks old only nap 10 min a day wakes every 2hr night i've tried everything seen pediatric dr?
Sleep/infant: Babies develop sleep patterns as their brain and neural center mature. Most infants will sleep through the night by age 6 months. Premature infants may do so at a later age. It is important to ensure that your baby sleep on his back, is not in pain, hungry or ill. If the baby just fussy, try allowing the infant to soothe himself to sleep for 10 minutes. Please follow up with your M.D. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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