Potty training before age 2 linked to increased risk of later wetting problems

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Children who start toilet training before age 2 have a three times higher risk of developing daytime wetting problems later, according to new research at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

Steve Hodges, M.D., pediatric urologist at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, has written a book for consumers that covers the study and other toileting issues in children. The title of the book is “It’s No Accident.”