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For the urinary health of your child and the preservation of continence during his life, it is essential to teach him from the acquisition of cleanliness good reflexes when he goes to the toilet.
Why should you teach your child to pee? For him to avoid very unpleasant worries like repeated urinary infections - and the symptoms that go with: burning, tingling, stomach ache - as well as small urinary leaks at the worst times, especially when he is busy playing! Here are the seven commandments of the "good pee" to transmit to him: they will ensure a healthy urinary tract, now ... and for all his life.
1. Do not hold back
- If there is one essential message to give your toddler, this is it: do not hold back when he wants to pee and darken the toilet. Even if it requires him to interrupt a game or leave his friends a little while! The right rhythm is to urinate every two to three hours. To do this, it is recommended to drink small glasses of water regularly during the day: at school, a child can for example make the habit of drinking a few sips at the tap at each recreation.
- A bladder is made to be drained regularly. Failure to respect this natural need can eventually lead to serious problems. By too much restraint and permanently keep the sphincters contracted to prevent leaks, your child may no longer know how to release them. Boring…
2. Take your time
- No question let only a few drops, then put his panties in a hurry to join faster friends! This will prevent your child from emptying his bladder completely. If the emptying is not complete, the residual urine ferments and infectious germs can develop and proliferate. It is then the urinary infection.
- Among those young people in a hurry who have this tendency to restrain themselves or to "rush" their pee, we often find very dynamic, tonic, always moving children: they have other things to do than losing precious minutes in the bathroom! Another profile is also common ... A child can present these micturition disorders following conflicts with his brothers and sisters, disturbed relations with his parents or any other family, social concern. Or if the training of cleanliness has been complicated and marked by strong discords. He is then very tense, unable to relax, including the sphincters. Proper rehabilitation will help him relax when he pee.
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