5 and a half year old won't stop peeing her pants then hiding it
My 5 and a half year old will not stop peeing herself and then she tries to hide it. ALL the time. She has been potty trained since the age of 3. Is this just a "behavoiral" problem, or should I be more worried? She is supposed go to see her doctor in about a month. Should i take her sooner?
Yes, there is no point waiting for a month. You'll want to rule out any medical concern (e.g., UTI). When you say she does this all the time, are you meaning this literally? How long has it been occurring? Has she ever really been dry during the day?
My cousins daughter is nearly 4 and has always done it. Some kids just get embarressed about it. U need to sit her down an make her understand that it happens and she wont get into trouble. She may have a weak bladder or some other medicle condition where she cant hold it. Either way she needs reasurring an maybe wont hide it so much x
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