Lihong and her mother-in-law had a big disagreement over whether they could piss and pee the baby. The mother-in-law thinks: Smart babies don’t pee their pants, the sooner they pee the baby. Li Hong felt that pissing her baby too early would definitely cause some harm to the baby. But whenever he said that, the mother-in-law insisted that her son had come here as a child. Moreover, nowadays, children in rural areas still pee and pee, and there is no problem with any child. Lihong is speechless. 1. So, is there any harm in taking shit and urine too early? 1. Frequent feces and urine prematurely are not conducive to the development of the baby’s hip joints. When the adults at home urinate the baby, the baby will frequently exert force. The ligaments that control the anal sphincter are relatively loose, which can easily cause prolapse and cause the baby. Problems such as anal fissure. 2. The baby is prone to rejection psychology. Parents deliberately control the baby’s pee and the smelly smell. If this happens, it is easy for the baby to resist defecation. 3. Babies who are more likely to wet the bed and do not urinate and who do not urinate have always urinated according to their bowel intentions, so they have better grasp of the bowel intentions. Babies who urinate prematurely or frequently have a poor grasp of bowel movements. 2. How old can a baby be trained to go to the toilet? Most babies will show interest in “going to the bathroom by themselves” when they are over one year old, but some children have to wait until two and a half years old or even older. The baby’s defecation ability also has its own developmental rules: 1. At this time after the baby is 15 months old, most babies will show signs when they urinate. With this awareness, you can start training your baby to urinate and defecate. 2. When the baby is about two years old, the baby’s ability to contract and relax the corresponding muscles is increasing day by day, and most children gradually begin to actively control their bowel movements. 3. When the baby is 2 and a half years old, the baby’s urination and defecation is more and more obvious. Most babies can already squat down to urinate by themselves. 4. At this period when the baby is three years old, the baby gradually begins to wear pants, wipe his buttocks, etc., and gradually reduce or stop going to the toilet at night. 3. How to guide baby to toilet training? 1. Parents need to be patient with the baby’s toilet training. Parents need to train the child patiently step by step. If the parent is impatient, it may cause the baby to resist. 2. To guide the baby to learn to express the baby who can’t speak at first, parents can guide the baby to use gestures to express the consciousness of urination. After the baby can speak, it is necessary to guide the baby to learn to use language when he wants to urinate. 3. Prepare a suitable toilet. A convenient and cute toilet will make the baby more willing to look for the toilet when there is urine, or tell an adult. 4. Allow the baby to imitate the parents and also demonstrate or explain the process of going to the toilet. For example, tell the baby: “When the baby wants to urinate, he can sit on the toilet like his mother.” In addition, when the baby can sit on his own When sitting on the toilet, parents can give affirmation in time, which can encourage the baby to go to the toilet better. Do you have any thoughts on today’s topic? Welcome to leave a comment, and communicate with us. Writing is not easy, please help me to leave a message forward, Dr. Yudi, thank you! Disclaimer: My science popularization and the content of science popularization are personal opinions, for reference only, and have nothing to do with my employer. If my science content is wrong, please leave a message to tell me, I am very willing to verify and correct it. Some pictures come from the network. If your copyright is involved, please contact me to delete it.