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Toilet training should begin when a child shows signs that he or she is ready.
The ability to control bowel and bladder muscles comes with growth and development. Children develop at different rates. Most children are able to obtain bowel and bladder control at about 24 to 30 months. The average age of toilet training is 27 months.
The following may be indicators of your child's readiness:
There are books and videos on toilet training you can find at the library or bookstore for additional information. Consult your child's physician for more information.
Last Updated 05/2019
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