Pooping My Panties
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Posts that are for wide audiences (ex: a content producer offering private content to anybody) or encourage public discussion within the thread instead of private messages are permissible. But many kids beyond the age of toilet teaching (generally older than 4 years) who soil their underwear have a condition known as encopresis(en-kah-PREE-sis). They have a problem with their bowels that dulls the normal urge to go to the bathroom. So they can't control the accidents that usually follow.
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Parents also will be asked to schedule potty times after meals (when the bowels are naturally stimulated). The child will sit on the toilet for about 5 to 10 minutes. This helps kids learn to pay attention to the urges to go.
Diet and exercise are very important in keeping stools soft and BMs regular. Make sure your child gets plenty of fiber-rich foods. Servefresh fruits, dried fruits like prunes and raisins, dried beans, vegetables, and high-fiber bread and cereal. Most encopresis cases are due to constipation. Stool (poop) is hard, dry, and difficult to pass when a person is constipated. Many kids "hold" their BMs to avoid the pain they feel when they go to the bathroom, which sets the stage for having a poop accident. About Constipation Patience is the key to treating encopresis. It can take several months to a year for the stretched-out colon to return to its normal size and for the nerves in the colon to become effective again. The Importance of Diet and Exercise
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Kids can't prevent this soiling — and sometimes don’t know it's happening — because the nerves aren't sending the signals that regulate pooping.
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