Potty Trained Toddler Wetting the Bed at Night

My 27 month old boy stopped wetting the bed when he turned 24 months, but all of a sudden he started peeing on himself during the day and wetting the bed. What might be the problem?


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October 12, 20170 found this helpful
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Baby potty training.

Step 1
I would switch to pull ups.

Step 2
Do not give up, reward him with a special treat when he uses the potty.Also if he is dry in the morning.

Step 3
Praise him up when he goes in the potty and when he is dry in the morning.

Step 4
Tell him he will get a treat only if he pees in the pot.

Step 5
You have to make him interested in the training process again.

Step 6
I always started at 2 every child is different.

Step 7
My son was 4 before he stopped having accidents.

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October 11, 20170 found this helpful

A lot of children are not completely potty trained until 3 years old. The novelty might have worn off for him. I would go back to diapers and try again in a few months.

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October 13, 20170 found this helpful

Potty Training:

  1. Does he stay at home with you during the day?
  2. Does he go to a daycare center during the day?
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  4. Has he experienced any trauma in his life recently that has scared him or made him afraid?
  5. When he was using the bathroom at home did something happen like he slipped or he couldn't get to the toilet fast enough?
  6. There are several things you can do.
  7. I would keep an eye on him and remind hmi to go to the bathroom every hour. Take him in and make sure he uses the toilet and goes to the toilet.
  8. You didn't mention if he was also pooping in his pants along with peeing.
  9. At night you will need to wake him up before you go to sleep and have him go to the toilet.
  10. You will need to encourage him to go pee in the toilet and not be afraid to go there.
  11. Each time he pees in the toilet you can give him a small reward.
  12. I wouldn't punish him for peeing in his pants this will only make him do it more because he is scared.
  13. You might need to put him in elastic waste pants to make it easy for him to pull up and down his pants to use the toilet.

    I know he is older and button and zipper are greatt and look so cute on him. Maybe he is having a problem with this and can't undo his pants.
  14. Look and see what has changed and talk with him. Ask him why he is afraid to go to the toilet now and he wasn't before.
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November 1, 20170 found this helpful

I think it's because I punished him when he wet his pants. ever since I stopped punishing him he nolonger wet the pants or the bed

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