I have been putting my dd in undies for a few months now, initially at home but now for the last month have also been going out and about and shes been fine with going to the toilet with only occasional accidents when we haven't been close enough to a loo.
The last 2 weeks she has had a cold, and now for the last 3/4 days has been wetting at least 4/5 times a day. I'm getting frustrated and losing my patience with her!
Is it because she's not feeling well? Because the weather has turned a bit cooler? She will always ask to go for poos, but weeing just isn't a priority atm.
I'm usually the one asking if she needs to go, but she will say no or yes when she is ready... and happily go.
I'm just not sure where to go from here. Please help!
It could be because she's not well. Is there any possibility of a UTI as that can cause wetting? But also Thomas went through a stage of lots of accidents after having been dry for months, the only conclusion I could come to was that he was trying to see how long he could hold it for and then it ended up being an accident. He's back to being dry again now and actually after he went through the stage of lots of accidents he started asking to go rather than me having to prompt him.
Thanks for your help polaris! This is ver reassuring... will just persevere since it sounds like a stage shes going through. Doesn't seem like she is in pain passing urine, but will get her checked for a uti too. Thanks!
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