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How can I help my 5-year-old to stop having accidents in her pants?
SheFly Apparel Outdoor Pants
Pull those pants all the way down Remember back in elementary school when everyone pulled their undies down to their shoes at the urinal? Turns out this might be the solution. Many young people are in a hurry and simply do not empty their urine all the way. Penises are actually poorly designed Dr.
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After spending weeks on a Conservation Corps in the Arizona desert last fall, my work pants reeked of urine and my legs suffered dozens of scrapes from trying to find a secluded spot to squat in thorny Devils Claw. I found myself desperately wishing for a pair of capable outdoorsy pants that could better accommodate my anatomy. So when I heard about Chickfly, a company that makes activewear pants and leggings with a fly specifically designed so that women or anyone who prefers an alternative to the traditional zipper can pee discreetly, I jumped on the opportunity to check them out. I tested their functionality on the trail with a mellow muddy run and post-jog stretch.
My 5-year-old daughter she'll be 6 in a couple of months keeps peeing in her pants. We've tried various things to help her to stop, such as positive verbal reinforcements, reminding her to use the bathroom frequently, using a chart with incentives, and taking privelages or toys away. I feel like everything works for a short period of time but then she goes right back to peeing in her pants. I've talked to her pediatrician about this and she didn't seem too concerned, saying it was normal for her age. I think she's doing it because she doesn't want to stop what she's doing to use the bathroom.