Daughter go to loo during class lessons....

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Daughter go to loo during class lessons....

Postby Arrmanas » Tue Mar 29, 2011 6:05 pm

I have a 5-yrs-old daughter in kindergarten ...... her class teachers informed me that she go to the toilet frequently, especially during class lessons; before and after tea-break.

When the entire class go for toilet breaks, she follow suit as well.
My daughter is the only one in her class that goes to toilet frequently.


Does any parent encounter a similar problem?
Can I seek advice from parents out there?

Thank you all!

Arrmanas
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Postby tankee » Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:50 pm

what about weekends and public holidays? same frequency?

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Postby lala81 » Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:38 pm

my gal had this problem last yr. she kept going to toilet and pass a little at a time. i brought her to see doctor to rule out any medical cause. turns out she was nervous as there was some changes going in her sch..so her problem is psycological issue..

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Re: Daughter go to loo during class lessons....

Postby ppnqq » Thu Mar 31, 2011 10:34 am

Arrmanas wrote:I have a 5-yrs-old daughter in kindergarten ...... her class teachers informed me that she go to the toilet frequently, especially during class lessons; before and after tea-break.

When the entire class go for toilet breaks, she follow suit as well.
My daughter is the only one in her class that goes to toilet frequently.


Does any parent encounter a similar problem?
Can I seek advice from parents out there?

Thank you all!


Agree with tankee and lala81.

How is your dd when she is at home and when you bring her out? Is she visiting the loo frequently too?

If yes, then you'd better bring her for a medical check up to rule out any health issues. If no, then it could be due to some psychological problems which, you may need to have a talk with your dd to find out what is happening to her or in school. Is she afraid of the teachers, lessons, feeling nervous or what. You may also need to have a talk with her school teachers as well to find out more.

If both yourself and the school can come up with a solution to help your dd, things should improve gradually. Else, you may need to seek the help of a child professional.

HTH.

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