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    How many times a day should a toddler urinate
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    SweetGMa posted:
    My granddaughter is now 2 years old and has mastered going to the potty, but recently she has been going over 7 times a day and its a good amount each time and her intake of fluids has not changed, Is this normal?
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    MIOB responded:
    I'd say that's definitely normal. DS usually goes at least that - and often times more. Which is why I'm so shocked that he can be completely dry overnight and not get up to go at all.
     
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    cyn22mull responded:
    That sounds about right to me. My DS often goes more than that especially if it's hot and we are playing outside.
    Cindy(35) DH (39) DS Christopher 3


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