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Potty Genius Blog — Bladder Infection

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Signs to Take Your Potty-Training Child to the Doctor


According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, most children use the toilet during the day consistently by the time they are three years old. But every child is different, and your child may not be like “most children.” In fact, you may find yourself wondering if your child is on track or if you’re doing something wrong. If your child is having potty-training problems, you may want to put your mind at ease by calling your pediatrician, especially if your child hasn’t mastered daytime potty training by the time they’re four years old.

by Angie Long

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