Health Tip: Common Reasons for Potty Training
(HealthDay News) -- Potty training accidents can be frustrating
for parents and kids, but they're usually a part of the learning
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers this list of common
reasons for potty training missteps:
- Toddlers and preschool-age children can be overwhelmed by their
- Children may have difficulty prioritizing their concerns, such
as the need to use the potty.
- Children may be intensely focused on what they're doing -- at
the expense of stopping to go to the bathroom -- whether it's
playing outside or working on a new skill.
- Children may be unable to express that something is wrong, such
as painful urination or constipation.
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