- Daytime Voiding Problems
What is the best poop routine for a child with day or night wetting?
How can I teach my child to poop in the morning?
How can I teach my child to empty the rectum?
How can I soften the poop?
What is good hydration?
Is milk good for hydration?
Poop holding postures
Why does my child run to the bathroom?
Why does my child pee so often?
My child doesn’t pee all day at school. Is this a concern?
Why does my child refuse to pee at bedtime?
Does bathroom access play a role in daytime wetting?
What are the consequences of holding the urine past full?
Why does daytime wetting come in waves?
Why does my child wet at home but not at school?
Should I teach my child Kegel exercises?
Why do children deny they need to pee while doing the pee-pee dance?
Why does my child squat on the floor?
- Toilet Training
When is a child ready for toilet training?
Two basic toilet training pre-requisites
Toilet training techniques
What is the number one reason for problems with toilet training?
- Neurobiology – Daytime Wetting
Why does daytime wetting happen?
How can I increase the size of my child’s bladder?
Two basic patterns of daytime wetting
What should I say to my child when they wet their clothes?
How can I teach my child to value dryness?
- Summary of Treatment of Daytime Wetting
- Small Bladder Volume Syndromes with Day or Night Wetting
- Wetting with Laughter
- Post-void Wetting
Why does my child wet the bed?
How common is bedwetting?
Will my child outgrow bedwetting?
Is bedwetting genetic?
What are the four treatment goals for bedwetting?
Interventions that don’t usually work.
Peeing several times before bed.
Taking the child to pee before the parent goes to bed.
Stopping the pull-up
Limit what my child drinks in the evening?
Treatment of Bedwetting
Three steps to learn to wake up to pee
Goals - first two weeks
Goals - two to six weeks
Goals - six to ten weeks
Goals - ten to twelve weeks
How to sustain dryness
- Dysfunctional Voiding
- Bladder Infection
- Uncommon Physical Causes of Day and Night Wetting