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toilet training readiness: is your child ready?

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Toilet Readiness

According to toilet training experts, timing is everything. Most recommend that you not try to toilet train your child until he or she is ready. Toilet training readiness usually means the ability to learn complete toilet training. Parents putting an infant about to urinate or have a bowel movement over a toilet (infant training) does not require an infant’s “readiness.” Children are likely to be ready somewhere between 18 and 24 months of age. If your child is in this age range, it’s probably time to get them ready for toilet training.

by Anna Kaplan, MD

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