Does the use of Diaper
s really affect your baby's learning to urinate?
In general, the baby usually has to co
ntrol the bowel movement and urination until a
bout 3 years old. Before that, especially before the age of one and a half years, the baby's ability to co
ntrol the urine and urine is limited. This is because the development of the baby's brain function is not perfect, the ability to inhibit the basic urination center is weak, and the urethral sphincter and anal sphincter that co
ntrol bowel movement and urination are not yet mature. In other words, even if you don't wear a diaper
, your baby will have urine, because it is determined by physical development. As many childcare experts say, if you succeed in urinating, it is not that your baby will urinate. It may just be because you have fixed the time for your baby to urinate, such as waking up after drinking or sleeping.
However, does the diaper really not affect the baby's learning to urinate? Let's take a look at the role of the diaper. The first is quick to absorb water, and the second surface is dry. Except that the urine bag is a little heavy, the baby does not have too much discomfort, which is equivalent to carrying a convenient urinal. I want to pee in the urine. What if the baby does not wear a diaper? When you are younger, of course, you should pull it, but as the baby grows up, he will find it uncomfortable to get wet on the trousers. If you add the care of the adults, the baby may learn to urinate and It is convenient to go to the designated place.
Xiaobian wants to say that the sooner the baby is given the urine, the sooner the baby can learn to pee and detach from the diaper. At the same time, if the baby is already older, or if the diaper is waiting for the whole day, it is possible to learn to urinate later than the baby who does not wear the diaper. Although I can't fully learn to urinate and defecate before I am 3 years old, I can cultivate a good habit of urinating and defecation.
How old can the baby stop using the diaper?
At present, the new mothers in China are more able to accept the Western childcare point of view, that is, they do not easily give their children urine. They think that this will not only cause adverse effects on the body such as anal fissure, frequent urination, etc., but also cause psychological burden on children and affect parent-child relationship. . But as we believe in Western parenting, the West has begun to learn some traditional things from us, because Western children who have long been accustomed to diapers have developed great resistance in the process of training bowel movements, and Chinese has quietly become popular.
It is recommended that you can combine Chinese and Western. Before the age of one year and a half, especially before the age of one, try to use diapers so that your baby can do whatever he wants, without causing psychological burden, and can sleep well. After one and a half years, like the pediatrician Dr. Zhang Silai, you can try to remove the diaper during the day, train the child to urinate into the potty or the toilet, still need to use the diaper at night, and gradually remove the night diaper as the child's ability to control the urine increases. .