Issues With Younger Children

Toilet Training Resistance (Encopresis And Daytime Wetting)

Toilet Training Resistance (Encopresis And Daytime Wetting)

Children who refuse to be toilet trained either wet themselves, soil themselves, or try to hold back their bowel movements (thus becoming constipated). Many of these children also refuse to sit on the toilet or will use the toilet only if the parent brings up the subject and marches them into the ba(Continue Reading...)

Soiling From Constipation: Preschooler

Soiling From Constipation: Preschooler

A child who passes bowel movements (BMs) into her underwear has a problem called soiling or encopresis. Many children who are soiling small amounts several times a day are severely constipated or blocked up (impacted).(Continue Reading...)

Toilet Training Basics

Toilet Training Basics

Your child is toilet trained when, without any reminders, he walks to the potty, undresses, urinates or has a bowel movement, and pulls up his pants. Some children will learn to control their bladders first; others will start with bowel control.(Continue Reading...)