My baby 19 months old, she is not able to tell about passing toilet. what should I fo?
Created by Shivangi Khatri Updated on Apr 30, 2016
my baby 19 months old. she is not able to tell about passing toilet. what should I do?
| May 08, 2016
Hi Shivangi. The reflex to understand the need to pass urine and the muscle to control it develops after the age of 2 and a half to 3 yrs. And even if the child realises that he/she is about to pass urine, the reflex to control it till the child is taken to the toilet is very less. So if you are keen on starting toilet training early, do take her to the bathroom every couple of hours. Slowly she will get used to that routine and will start passing urine only when you take her to the loo... but never ever try and shame the child. Comments like "haww what you did" and making her realise that its wrong is ABSOLUTELY WRONG. Because there is nothing wrong in passing urine wihtout warning for a 19 month old. Pls fellow parents, understand the difference between what is right and what is wrong.
| Apr 30, 2016
it's a psychology here when she does pee m sure she stand still for a min. n stairs at u just tell her by making face haww what u did?? don't b dominating.. make her realise it's wrong. n also take her to toilet for two days to bring her into a habit