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Reviews for It's No Accident: Breakthrough Solutions To Your Child's Wetting, Constipation, Utis, And Other Potty Problems:

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November 7, 2013

Awesome book, but there may be an alternative to laxatives...
Here is a three bullet-point version for the TLDR crew. (TLDR = Too Long, Didn't Read)

1. This book has answers when it comes to the cause of bed wetting. Simple is so genius.

2. For some cases that may even seem to be extreme, enemas and other laxatives may not even be needed. Magnesium supplementation may be enough to fix the situation entirely in a as little as a week. "Most magnesium supplements are junk" might be too strong, but ones like Natural Calm found on Amazon are very effective and (most) kids can at least learn to enjoy them.

3. The book mentions switching to soy milk as an alternative to the constipation-inducing cow's milk. Intolerance is mentioned as a possibility of cow's milk producing bowel problems. While soy may help with constipation problems, it comes with its own set of problems that I would personally consider to be worse than constipation. Get educated on both sides of the argument and make a decision. I think that a majority believes soy to be a healthy food, so here's a book with an opposing viewpoint: The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food

Now for the long version.

What i've learned from this book has saved our family a great deal of frustration and rid us of bed wetting. Constipation has always been a concern of our since our now four-year-old son started pushing out his rectum when he was two years old. It's a quite frightening thing for all parties involved, but it's no party. Three doctors didn't have an answer, so we went the guy that everybody says is the best doctor within hours of our area. He said that our boy would grow out of having the problem and he prescribed a spoonful of cod liver oil every day to help lube things up a bit. I was surprised when it "worked". The sad part of this part of the story is that since then my son has been terrified of using the bathroom. Who can blame him after that awful experience?

Fast forward two years and we find out that it still didn't fix the problem. He didn't grow out of it after all. Having recently been forced to overcome a year-long illness by studying and trying things out on my own, I was a great deal more prepared to find an answer this time. I knew there had to be a simple cause with a simple answer, but didn't know where to find it. I only found this book because I was getting tired of the bed wetting problem. We had been changing sheets for two kids every day for what seemed like an eternity. After reading the first couple chapters of this book I was able to link up the increase in bed wetting with the rectum popping out again. This book showed me the simple cause. My wife is a nurse, and she knew about all of the available laxative and clean out options and let me know the concerns with each of them. We both wanted a simpler solution.

I previously would have thought this next part was unrelated, but stay with me and I'll bring this full circle. A friend of mine was having some gall bladder issues recently, so I started scouring for helpful information. Most doctors had basically given up hope for fixing gall bladder problems. There were treatments available, but in the end the doctor planned on having to remove the gall bladder anyway. I remembered reading in several different places (some that I would consider "credible" and others that I generally wouldn't.) that almost none of us eats enough magnesium-rich food, especially compared to our ancestors of thousands of years ago. (I also noticed that Dr. Hodges makes a reference to dietary differences from thousands of years ago in chapter two.) Increased magnesium intake was recommended as a treatment for gall bladder problems.

The month before I started reading this book, I started having my own problems with a painful gall bladder. After studying the safety of magnesium supplements and fillers used in most of them, I ordered some Natural Calm magnesium supplement right here on Amazon. You can go read the many positive reviews of the product. It worked that way for me, too, and as an added bonus, it helped relieve my gall bladder problem. I'd say the problem is fixed. (at least for now) As an added bonus of the magnesium, there was no more constipation in my life. Wonderful!

So there I was a couple months ago enjoying my magnesium supplement as a gift from heaven and then I read this book. I decided to share my magnesium drink in small amounts with my kids. It seemed to do nothing for several days. Four days later, the kids each had four or five sessions in the bathroom. The next day, my son was using the bathroom on his own without anybody even mentioning it. He would just disappear and I'd look for him and find him doing his business. Remember, this is the kid who was pushing out his rectum and frustratingly wetting the bed and filling diapers only a week earlier. Since that day five weeks ago, he has not wet the bed once. Nor has he been scared to use the bathroom at all. My six-year-old has had the same improvements with no longer wetting the bed.

The research in this book has really helped us fix some major frustrations in the family. I didn't use the same fix as is recommended in the book, but it is working great for us. I'd love to see more people's results using Magnesium instead of other laxatives.

Magnesium could kind of be viewed as being a laxative, I suppose. In the bowel, its use is very similar to the way that MiraLAX is described in the book. It helps regulate water and promotes peristalsis to keep things moving normally. The other great benefit is that, unlike MiraLAX which doesn't enter the blood stream according to the doctor, it's a great thing for the magnesium to be absorbed into the bloodstream. It helps build strong bones and teeth and is supposed to help us use our calcium better. I see nothing wrong with that.

You have to finish every health experience or health claim aimed at helping others with one important caveat. Individual Variation is always present, so this may not be the answer for everybody.

As for what I mention about soy, above. You need to do your own research on soy before you try to accept soy into your diet at all. The "soy battle" is quite an emotional / political / almost religiously tenacious one, but the scientific studies against soy are many. The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America's Favorite Health Food is only one book of many that shows mounting evidence against soy. I definitely recommend reading both sides of the argument before you start drinking soy milk every day and make yourself sick ten years (or however long) down the road. I really must make it clear that I don't recall Dr. Hodges recommending that people drink soy milk every day in this book. Emphasis on the "every day" He doesn't give a frequency. He only mentions that drinking soy milk instead of cow milk seems to help some people and he provides a couple of simple recipes for smoothies with soy milk or nonfat dairy milk. Personally, I'm in the "soy sucks" crowd.

Finally, please don't join the crowd of people who hate others because of their difference in opinion. Read up on both sides of the argument and make your own decision and stand by it. I'm of the opinion that it would be best if we could stand by our opinions and decisions without hating others for coming up with opposing views. If only we could have a worldwide movement toward acceptance as strong and consistent as this book will help other kinds of movement. :)
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October 23, 2013

Excellent book; all parents (and all pediatricians) should read it
[Updated/Revised 3-26-14]: Until recently, first-grade daughter had never been dry at night. For years we were told not to worry about it, and that children eventually grow out of it. But she had reached an age where it was upsetting to her, and recently she had to turn down her first sleepover invitation because she was embarrassed about wearing nighttime pullups.

It may be true that most kids do eventually grow out of bedwetting. But this book makes a compelling argument that, in most cases, there is an underlying cause that (A) can be easily addressed (thus leading to a complete resolution of the problem); and (B) could turn into a much bigger problem if left untreated for too long. If that's the case, then we do a disservice to our children by just "waiting for them to grow out of it." Months and years go by; the child feels embarrassed despite the parent's best efforts to reassure her; and the underlying problem gets worse and and worse. If there's a practical, step-by-step solution to the problem -- and if that solution could spare your child years of discomfort -- then every parent and pediatrician should be aware of it.

Before reading this book, it never would have occurred to me that my daughter had issues with constipation, because she pooped regularly without obvious strain or discomfort. But I now realize that she had almost all of the signs of a different kind of constipation -- what might be described as "a big ball of poop" blocking her lower intestines and placing pressure on her bladder. It explains the nearly nightly bedwetting, the frequent mild stomach aches, and so on. We talked to our pediatrician about the book, and she gave us the go-ahead to try the Miralax cleanout described in the book.

The following is a quick chronology of our experience so far:

October: We did the Miralax cleanout. (Note that Dr. Hodges recommends doing the enema regimen if at all possible, as he believes this to be the most effective treatment for most kids. But, initially, my daughter was extremely resistant to the idea of an enema, so we opted for the Miralax cleanout instead.) Although I was prepared for it to be an unpleasant and messy weekend, it was actually pretty easy. We explained everything to my daughter and told her that we would have a family weekend at home, with lots of games and movies. She finished the Gatorade/Miralax mix early Saturday afternoon, and the cleanout was finished by Sunday evening. After the cleanout, she was dry every night for 3 weeks -- something that had never happened before. Our daughter was ecstatic.

After a few weeks, the bedwetting began again. We learned, through Dr. Hodges and a pediatric GI, that her colon was filling up again because it had lost its tone from years of being packed full (not sure how to say this in a less gross way). Dr. Hodges suggested trying the enema regimen, or -- if that was not possible -- doing monthly Miralax cleanouts plus smaller daily doses of Miralax. The goal was to prevent her colon from getting backed up again, and therefore to allow the colon to shrink back to its normal size.

November - January: We did the monthly Miralax cleanouts for a little while. After each cleanout, she would be completely dry for a few weeks. However, a an x-ray confirmed recently that the "big ball of poop" is still there. So, although it did seem that the monthly Miralax cleanouts were clearing out some of the back-up (resulting in a few weeks of dryness each time), I thought they might not be enough to clear the problem completely.

March: On the advice of Dr. Hodges and our pediatric GI, we switched to the enema regimen -- which is what Dr. Hodges describes as the most effective option. It did take some effort to convince my daughter to try this, but she was fine with it after the first time. She's been dry every night so far, and we all feel very optimistic. I will try to remember update again in a few months, once I have a better idea of our progress. [NOTE: Please see the comments below, for the long-overdue update.]

In a way, it's hard to believe that the answer to these years of bedwetting, and the worry and embarrassment that my daughter had been feeling, was this simple. The premise of this book is so sound -- rooted both in common sense and methodical scientific research -- and the advice is so universal that I think every parent should read it. I also really, really wish that more pediatricians were familiar with this book, or at least with the research underlying it. The problems addressed in this book are extremely common and cause so much stress, discomfort, and embarrassment to so many children. Left unaddressed, these problems can become much more difficult to treat. And yet the solution, in many cases, is so simple. This information, and the solutions offered, should be at every pediatrician's fingertips.
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September 28, 2015

Could have been a brochure
This book has some decent information in it, however it is extremely redundant and also has some unnecessary stories & information. It could have been summed up in a flyer or brochure: constipation is common in kids (even kids with great diets and even kids who poop every day) often due to kids withholding at some point in time and the problem snowballing. The backup can cause a blockage and distention of the colon that then makes it difficult to recognize the urge to go- it's called encopresis. Regular pediatricians often miss this, but pediatric gastroenterologists are better. In order to rule out this issue they can do one quick xray of the colon and can treat it by doing an initial clean-out to remove the blockage (either laxatives or enemas), followed up by a maintenance dose of laxatives to keep the poop soft to prevent withholding of feces while allowing the distended colon to shrink down to its normal size. This can take a while. Overall, the message is to take your child to a specialist and ask for an xray to rule out this issue. In our case the specialist was already well aware of this issue and how to diagnose & treat it.
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August 22, 2015

Why did we now know about all this until now?
A friend gave us this book. It has helped us more than we can express. Any family experiencing issues with constipation knows how difficult, sad, maddening it is. It's No Accident delivers a fresh perspective, hope, and most of all, solutions to the problems.

Pros:
-Written by a caring, passionate, expert. Dr. Hodges's love for his patients and concern for all children comes across on every page. I emailed Dr. Hodges and he responded in less than one day. He is the perfect doctor to write this book.
-The shocking amount of information. It makes my head spin. It has been hard to get past the feeling of "how did I not know this?"
-Concise. Parents appreciate a relatively quick read, especially for a topic such as this.
-Clear. Outlines everything.
-Gets to the root of the problem.
-In our experience, the protocol works. Follow it exactly as outlined.

Cons:
-The style of the writing. I feel it tries too hard to be humorous.
-The nutrition information. There book recommends soy products and adherence to a low-fat diet. Do your own research on this. I emailed Dr. Hodges asking about this and he replied that he recommends a healthy, balanced diet. I think the book could have done better to just say that.

Dr. Hodges's website supports and elaborates the book. For parents doing the protocol, make sure to use the website resources as well. The website answers a lot of questions. We used the PediaLax children's saline enemas for our daughter. I was very hesitant to do so, but they were fine. Our daughter was totally fine with them. It has been a long road and not easy to be patient. However, remain hopeful. It may take longer than you want or think, but it will work.
5

February 16, 2016

I will recommend this book and his website (bedwettingandaccidents
This book and Dr. Hodges has changed our son's life in regards to the bathroom! I will recommend this book and his website (bedwettingandaccidents.com) to anyone who has a child struggling with bathroom issues. We are starting week 4 and we have had a complete turnaround following this program strictly.
5

January 22, 2016

The years we wasted! So simple and seems like it should be ...
I wish I could send this to every pediatrician and chiropractor. The years we wasted! So simple and seems like it should be common knowledge info for health providers. "He will grow out of it" Ha! Changed our lives.
5

April 9, 2018

A MUST !!
My granddaughter was 4 and still had not pooped in the toilet :( She would go hide and go in her panties. It was so frustrating and sad for everyone. She would cry and scream and say it hurts! Poor baby girl . I found this book , and we followed the protocol given . Amazing! In one week she was going only in the toilet and it’s been 2 months and not one accident. She is so much happier and not in pain anymore. This book saved us! Thank you so much !
5

December 29, 2016

It's amazing how a tummy full of poop will weigh on ...
Thank god for this book because no doctor seemed capable of helping us. We got the x-ray and found the constipation and cleared that problem up. It's amazing how a tummy full of poop will weigh on a kid. He was much happier after it was gone. Best of luck!
5

April 19, 2014

Very helpful for my children
I have a 4-1/2-year-old son and a 2-year-old daughter. My son could have been another case that Dr. Hodges's book described: we potty trained him per the requirements of the parents' day out he went to at the time even though he wasn't ready, we knew he had been constipated for a year or so (at least), and we had been giving him a daily dose of Miralax to keep things moving. We would always have to make him go to the bathroom--he never initiated a bowel movement. But, he had bowel movements on a regular (almost daily) basis--large bowel movements, so we just thought he was a typical boy, waiting too long to go potty and getting a little bit of poop in his underwear. However, one day he came to me with tears in his eyes and said, "I don't want to have accidents anymore." He was clearly upset about it and not sure what to do. I got on the internet that same day and found this book. It described my son to a "T." The next day we were at our pediatrician's office. She thought he might be a little backed up, but not severely, as she palpated his abdomen and there was clearly a hard mass in his lower abdomen, but she couldn't feel anything else (and my son is pretty small). She sent us up to x-ray to see a full picture, and what do you know, my son's abdomen was FULL of poop. I was kind of relieved, actually, because I had already read this book and knew that we were on our way to a solution. So his pediatrician told us to go home and start clearing him out (we went the enema route) and we have been very disciplined with the miralax since then, just working on getting the right dose. I am happy to say in the month and a half since we started doing this, my son has pooped one to three times A DAY on the potty, no major poop accidents, and maybe 3-4 times he has gotten a little bit in his underwear and made it to the potty to go (and I'm pretty sure that's because we're still trying to get the miralax dose right and/or he is still trying to learn the sensation since his rectum has been stretched out for who knows how long). He also has a much better appetite.

I think this book will also be helpful for my daughter, as she has already had one UTI. My son has never had wetting issues, but it is good to know that wetting, UTIs and constipation can go hand in hand, and it will be something to keep an eye out for with my daughter.

I cannot recommend this book enough. It is funny, easy to read, and is extremely helpful. I am thankful I found it when my children were still fairly young, and I'm hoping we'll have my son's problems resolved before he starts school in the fall. Thank you, Dr. Hodges, for being a medical professional who truly cares about patients. I am telling everyone I know about your book.
4

September 1, 2016

Get the book but skip the Miralax
This book was a lifesaver for us. Our daughter used the potty early and easily. You guessed it, then 18 months later began having poo accidents. I am so sad to admit I thought it was behavioral. We had a nephew who had been having similar issues for years who is many years older and we were terrified of that prospect. The book educated us where our physicians failed us. Only after demanding a follow up Xray did we learn our initial clean out wasn't complete. Minus one star because natural options (such as low daily dose of magnesium) aren't mentioned for drawing water into the colon. Miralax isn't FDA approved for more than 7 day use nor has it ever been approved for children nor have retrospective analysis of long term use in pediatric populations been published. A great companion for this book is the You Tube video "The Poo in You" recommended by the GI PNP we saw. My daughter loves it and it's a good way for her to sit the full five minutes on the potty after each meal. Who knew the body could be trained to poo if you did that three times a day?! I laugh and tell my daughter mommy is getting potty trained too, so much I didn't know!
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August 15, 2016

Google will give the same info for free
i know that so many people have been helped by this book and dr. Hodges method. We religiously gave my son enemas and they absolutely helped. And then they didn't. So I paid to get more access to Dr. Hodges and that was a waste - he was vague and unhelpful and regularly made claims he couldn't back up.

I think that the book is a fine purchase (although it really just restates what you can learn about the method from a Google search). It seems very likely the method will help.

If it does work for your child, and Dr. Hodges doesn't seem to have statistics on the percentage of those it does help (his assertions in the book that it's a cure-all are baloney and not backed up by any clinical trials he has done), then great. If it doesn't work, don't pay for anything above and beyond. Snake oil.
4

April 25, 2018

Mybson was having issues with bedwetting even up to age ...
Mybson was having issues with bedwetting even up to age 6. He is mostly dry now by concentrating on keeping him regular. We did not do miralax because I've read some recent articles about how the PEG can break down in kids and cause emotional and neurological issues. We did the enema and fiber route.
1

February 20, 2014

Bad book
Poorly written, information is not accurate. Not written by an expert in the field at all! You are better off seeking advice from a more experienced pediatric urologist!
5

Jul 22, 2013

If the subject of poop bothers you, you won't get far in this book (or this review), because it's on virtually every page. The author is a pediatric urologist with a good sense of humor. He addresses the scores of children who have accidents, both daytime and nighttime, after having been potty trained--as well as other toileting-related problems such as UTI's and over-active bladders. The bottom line is this: a frightening number of children are severely constipated, and their parents don't If the subject of poop bothers you, you won't get far in this book (or this review), because it's on virtually every page. The author is a pediatric urologist with a good sense of humor. He addresses the scores of children who have accidents, both daytime and nighttime, after having been potty trained--as well as other toileting-related problems such as UTI's and over-active bladders. The bottom line is this: a frightening number of children are severely constipated, and their parents don't realize it, or if they do they don't know how to fully treat it. Often the child's doctor fails to realize it as well, or doesn't treat the constipation effectively enough to resolve the problem. A dose here and there of Miralax might help some the author says, but many need much more than that. Dr. Hodges recommendation, that he gives detailed yet easy-to-understand explanation for in the book, is to have the child x-rayed in order to fully understand just how constipated they are. He also emphasizes the benefits of enemas (and repeatedly addresses people who immediately shut down at the thought of them), good nutrition and exercise, and a prolonged approach to keeping kids' digestive systems functioning properly. Honestly, this book is a worthwhile read for every parent, whether you're already dealing with toileting problems or if you have yet to potty train you child. ...more
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April 15, 2014

Poisoning your child
This book was recommended by our dr so I thought I would give it a try since my 3 year old has been having constipation issues for the past year. We tried the suggested how to get your kid unclogged ASAP on page 54. Following the instructions we proceeded to give her 7 doses or caps of miralax over a 36 hour time (we just could get it done in 24 as recommended, probably a good thing). She then started complaining of stomach ache and would not eat anything. By 7 pm the second day she was vomiting with diarrhea (although more vomit which was not accomplishing our goal of cleaning out the other end). She felt well enough to eat the next day but then vomited again about an hour after eating. Looking back on it, i do not think poisoning your child is a way to deal with constipation. I would not recommend this!!
5

April 7, 2018

Provides directions how to effectively solve the problem
It was very helpful for understanding and explaining, to my clients and their parents, the biological factor with encopresis. I went to the website and downloaded free handouts, which the parents can read and take to their physician. It helps the child feel supported and cooperative with the process. I highly recommend this book.
4

Dec 29, 2012

After years of being told my child is "just susceptible" to UTIs and getting to the point where the bacteria was resistant to nearly every antibiotic tried, I find it a total blessing to have found this book. I found myself nodding my head all the way through the book as it is the first time a doctor has explained perfectly all of the issues experienced by my daughter and gave the reasons behind it. When I talked to her about trying this approach, her first response was "you mean there are other After years of being told my child is "just susceptible" to UTIs and getting to the point where the bacteria was resistant to nearly every antibiotic tried, I find it a total blessing to have found this book. I found myself nodding my head all the way through the book as it is the first time a doctor has explained perfectly all of the issues experienced by my daughter and gave the reasons behind it. When I talked to her about trying this approach, her first response was "you mean there are other kids like me?" It broke my heart. Up to this point, all we could do to prevent infections was to push fluids and maintain a consistent bathroom schedule - but inevitably if one or the other isn't consistent, the result is a UTI. Most doctors, even the "specialists," have played down this issue so it's great that one pediatric urologist out there is providing good information and solutions. Bring on the miralax... ...more
5

Aug 05, 2012

Amazing! Our son is almost 4 and we have had potty training issues for over a year. The root cause was we pushed him too early, then I made him feel bad about poop... Maybe? Either way, he has been super constipated. Which we have known for some time. But reading the book made my husband understand that munchkins and hard salami are not staple foods in a toddlers diet. So we have been putting these tricks to use for two weeks now, and he is actually asking me to wipe his butt right after he Amazing! Our son is almost 4 and we have had potty training issues for over a year. The root cause was we pushed him too early, then I made him feel bad about poop... Maybe? Either way, he has been super constipated. Which we have known for some time. But reading the book made my husband understand that munchkins and hard salami are not staple foods in a toddlers diet. So we have been putting these tricks to use for two weeks now, and he is actually asking me to wipe his butt right after he poops!! This is coming from a kid who would sit in a dirty diaper all day! And only pooped once every five days. Now he goes 2-3 times a day!! Next step, big boy undies...
This is a must read for any parent who has a child with toilet issues! ...more
5

Apr 30, 2013

Seriously, if anyone is having ANY bathroom problems with their kid, start here! I have skimmed through lots of potty training books that have very little helpful information.

This addresses a host of problems with a main cause, but he explains why they are related issues and why most pediatricians don't have this information (most kids outgrow it, so research goes where the money is). This has a great balance of medical data, personal stories, practical solutions (what to do & how), and Seriously, if anyone is having ANY bathroom problems with their kid, start here! I have skimmed through lots of potty training books that have very little helpful information.

This addresses a host of problems with a main cause, but he explains why they are related issues and why most pediatricians don't have this information (most kids outgrow it, so research goes where the money is). This has a great balance of medical data, personal stories, practical solutions (what to do & how), and some humor. He's a doctor and a dad - so it's very down to earth and helpful. It made me think that this might have made things go even smoother with my other kids. I wanted to talk to everyone about what I learned. ...more
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Apr 20, 2012

I never thought reading about poop and pee could be so exciting! Seriously! I think every parent needs to read this.
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Feb 08, 2019

My oldest daughter has had chronic problems with constipation since...well..since she started solid food, and so I have had to learn a lot about how we manage this problem from behavioral and medical standpoints. This book has been really helpful for me to keep advocating with her regular pediatrician and GI specialist to find solutions for her and really trust that we can handle the situation together and guide her toward better health. It is a good read if you don't think your doctor is My oldest daughter has had chronic problems with constipation since...well..since she started solid food, and so I have had to learn a lot about how we manage this problem from behavioral and medical standpoints. This book has been really helpful for me to keep advocating with her regular pediatrician and GI specialist to find solutions for her and really trust that we can handle the situation together and guide her toward better health. It is a good read if you don't think your doctor is handling your situation as aggressively as you might want. I learned a lot and am glad I read the book.

My only point of criticism is that enema therapy is not for everyone, and that there are alternatives before we get to that point. That is a decision best left between a patient, parent, and doctor, so I took those sections with a grain of salt.

The nutrition section is worth the price of the book, to remind us that eating a healthier, higher fiber diet is well within our powers. ...more
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Jul 14, 2019

Three day method, oh crap potty training, weekend method etc are super popular now. I’m in multiple mom and potty training groups online and I see posts every single day about potty trained children regressing and it makes me think this book is spot on. I’m really glad I found this book before I tried to potty train my son again. Every toddler parent should read this book BEFORE potty training.
5

May 27, 2019

This book has provided guidance and a clear explanation on why my son is having so much trouble with wetting. We have been following the regimen for a couple of months and are so pleased to see progress.
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Nov 18, 2017

This book really made me reconsider a lot of what I thought I knew about potty training, constipation, and accidents. Who knew I’d one day be fascinated to learn about American children’s chronically clogged colons and the health problems associated with it?
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Apr 13, 2018

My child still has nighttime bedwetting issues, and this book gave me a clear idea why this may be. I never thought constipation may be the root cause for this. I will try out the suggestions made in this book and report back! Every parent needs to read this.

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