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help I'm going crazy
mferrier posted:
My daughter is 6yrs old and every day she is being sent home from
school for peeing her pants. the school says the it stinks. we have taken her to see her dr. the said that she does not have a uti. and she told the dr. that she knows when to go but she refuses to go. what can I do to over come this with my daughter?
momuv4girls responded:
If a child has been potty trained, then starts having regular accidents at school, I believe that is a sign that something is going on.........

It could be a million reasons, but your daughter may not know how to express what it is bothering her.

Has ANYTHING changed in her world at all? New daycare, new teacher, new baby, new home, a death in the family, or ????

I would take a hard look at your daughters world from HER eyes and see if you can figure out what is troubling her.

I would also ask her pedi for a referral to a Child Psychologist - someone for your daughter to talk to and explore her inner feelings, because having accidents at school is a sure way to get out of school, be teased by other children and that could cause a new set of problems for her.

Take care,

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