Created by Updated on May 08, 2015
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| May 08, 2015
As such no definite age for potty training but from the age of 9-10 mnths we can help the child to sit for potty at particular timings n gradualy by the age of 2yrs the child will be able to independently sit for potty n soon will understand the feeling for it
| May 08, 2015
There could be many ways to know when to start potty training for your child... like when he or she is able to sit,or when they are able to understand your language u convey when they vant to do porry. , or ...it varies with each child n shoul be done with patience
| May 14, 2015
There is no defined age. Each child is so different, it depends when and whether the parent is comfortable.. One has to notice the expressions of the child closely to understand indications for his needs. I started urine training when my children were about 3 months. Poty training started in the diaper about 5 months of age. Toilet training started when they could sit, that's about 6/7 months as far as I remember. By 13/14 months of age, my kids were completely off diapers and told me whenever they needed to use the washroom.
| May 15, 2015
Dear Parents, Thanks for participating in the Quiz. The right age for potty training is 18-24 months. In general, a child learns bladder control only closer to the age of 30-36 months. Before that, the idea of sitting on a potty seat and relieving themselves is a learnt, involuntary behavior, which for some children can even happen before 18 months..