Here are some scenarios that can potentially lead to trouble when toilet training your child.
A common situation is one in which the child takes quite readily to
learning potty use for bowel cleaning but does nothing to convey a need
to use the toilet for urinating.
Don’t let this be a dead end for you; consider the reason. Most
probably the child is comfortable wetting his diaper or knickers and
having them changed instead of taking the trouble to be escorted to the
toilet. It is a matter of time before he learns that is better to pee in
the toilet and stay dry rather than endure uncomfortable wetness.
Begin training at an appropriate age and not earlier. An unsavory
incident or any harshness from you will send the child into a shell; you
don’t want that to happen. Quite often, what is construed as trouble in
potty training is simply a lack of enthusiasm on the child’s part. Give
him a positive surrounding and a positive feedback; he’ll do well.
A child with poor bowel movement routine, for example someone that
does not experience motions daily, will experience constipation.
Straining to pass stool can be painful and children will associate potty
use with that unpleasantness. You can make it easy for them by feeding
them fiber-rich food and keeping them hydrated.
There is no potty training issue that is insurmountable. The troubles
that you may face can easily be tackled by you. You can always take
help from a pediatrician or from parents that have successfully tackled
troubles in toilet training their child.