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3 Weeks gluten-free- Toddler Has Potty Untrained.

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Posted 22 July 2013 - 09:04 PM

Hoping someone else has had this happen: My 2.5 year old was 99% potty trained 3 weeks ago (and had been for quite some time, can't remember when we last used diapers)...we then went gluten free and in the last two weeks she has completely un potty trained. Random pee accidents especially , sometimes right after she says she doesn't have to go.  Very confused about this, trying not to be too frustrated as I'm guessing it is somehow tied in with the diet change. Anyone else?

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Posted 23 July 2013 - 04:43 AM

Not sure about kids, but 1st 6 weeks gluten-free my bladder was all over the place, and I an urgency thing, where I needed to go as soon as the signal came, which led to a few dashes.

Hopefully it will settle soon
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Posted 23 July 2013 - 06:14 AM

It's common that they "lose" potty abilities in the training process. I wouldn't place blame on the diet. It happens often.

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