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Shibani Basu name changed on request gave birth to twin boys in early While her entire family was jubilant, Basu, who had to return to work in four months, had a nagging worry. Eight months on, her boys were crawling around and even standing with the help of support, but were in their diapers still.
But my father-in-law warned that I must get them toilet-trained at the earliest. But, instead of learning from other kids their age, the twins emulated each other and would only relieve themselves when they were in diapers. It got to a point where Basu and her husband would carry diapers with them wherever they went.
The boys are three now, and are still wearing diapers, though the parents are trying to wean them off it. This is not a case in isolation. Around the world, many parents struggle with getting their child to potty-train. Sometimes, they grow up and begin going to school, but continue to be in their diapers.
This exposes them to many different infections, not to mention the fact that it becomes a task for parents, too, to get them in and out of diapers. Recently, Hollywood actor Kristen Bell shared that her five-year-old daughter is still in diapers. But is it ideal for that old to continue wearing diapers? And is there anything that parents should know and do to remedy the situation? In our country, we believe in early toilet training.
When children start to sit, around the sixth or seventh month, we advise parents to get them to sit on the potty so that they get used to it. This can lead to a quick toilet training because kids then begin to associate. Dr Talwar says that parents should not delay potty training beyond 18 months.
Interestingly, it has been observed that mothers who are more educated tend to delay the toilet training of their. They may be busy at work and not have the time.
It does require time. The doctor says it also depends on the personal preference of parents as to how early or late they want to start with the training, and how much time they can devote. It takes anywhere between four and six months for them to be fully toilet-trained. There are less chances of urine infection and diaper rash.
Toilet training should be a peaceful time and children and their parents should not feel stressed out. Western countries are now quoting Indian methods of training kids, by making the sounds that the child associates with passing urine. And after they have understood, they will usually wait for the parent to make the sound before they pass. A paediatrician answers Till what age can be in diapers? A paediatrician answers 'Parents should not delay potty training beyond 18 months. The Indian Express website has been rated GREEN for its credibility and trustworthiness by Newsguard, a global service that rates news sources for their journalistic standards.
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