Posted: January 10th, 2018

How to achieve toilet training in 2 important ways

A mother complains to the clinic nurse that her 2 ½-year-old son is yet to achieve toilet training.

She is particularly concerned that, although he reliably uses the potty seat for bowel movements, he isn’t able to hold his urine for long periods. Which of the following statements by the nurse is correct?

A. The child should have been trained by age 2 and may have a psychological problem that is responsible for his “accidents.”
B. Bladder control is usually achieved before bowel control, and the child should be required to sit on the potty seat until he passes urine.

C. Bowel control is usually achieved before bladder control, and the average age for completion of toilet training varies widely from 24 to 36 months.
D. The child should be told “no” each time he wets so that he learns the behavior is unacceptable.

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