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Sunday, October 9th 2011, 10:58pm

potty trained for about 2 months but now having lots of accidents??

HELP! My DD started potty training 2 months ago. She made the decision to potty train and was 100% ready. Within 2 weeks after starting she was going a few days in a row with no accidents at all and then just having the odd one. For the last 4 days she has been wetting herself all day. She sometimes has a small wee in her pants and then finishes off on the potty but most of the time she is just completely wetting herself. I'm at a loss because she was fully potty trained until a few days ago. What can cause this? She keeps doing it and then saying sorry :( I've not been angry with her or anything or making any kind of fuss when she does wet herself and there's been no big changes in her life at the moment so not sure whats causing this??
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Monday, October 10th 2011, 10:48pm

I'm sorry I can't help or offer advice but I know someone will be over soon to help.

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Tuesday, October 11th 2011, 7:10am

I started typing a response to this yesterday and then got sidetracked. Has she go a fever at all? A virus could set her back. The other thing that spring to mind is a urine infection. Could you take a sample to her GP and ask them to send it to the lab? I hope it passes soon.



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Tuesday, October 11th 2011, 8:18am

I was going to suggest a urine infection as MrsJ has. Do you think maybe shes playing and just forgetting? George does somethings, its like he doesnt want to stop to wee. Is she tired? x

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Wednesday, October 12th 2011, 2:38pm

Hi, Thanks for the replies ladies. Will pop down to the drs with her. I've had a cold and she's got a bit of a runny nose. Maybe it's that. She's still having loads of accidents. Just seems like a massive turn around after doing so well. xx
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