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Toilet training can be daunting. Diapers are expensive. Toddlers are confusing. Toilet training can be an adventure full of messes, successes, and challenges. What about nighttime training? Does your child still wet the bed but has been dry during the day?
Bedwetting is completely normal for toddlers and staying dry at night is not likely to happen at the start of toilet training. When toilet training starts for toddlers, the focus should be getting rid of diapers during the day. At age four, 25% of children still wet the bed; 15%; at age five, 2% of the population are still bedwetters. Many pediatricians suggest not worrying about bed-wetting till age 7 years old. From the developmental perspective, children learn to control their bladder at different ages. Successful toilet training during the day will help grow and develop muscles necessary for success at nighttime.
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