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#1 of 2 Old 03-15-2002, 03:07 AM - Thread Starter
 
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My son is 4 1/2. He has fully potty trained himself quite a while ago. The last few months, he is purposely pooping & peeing all over the house. He does not do it in a hidden area & sometimes I find it right next to the toilet! This is driving me insane.

I have recently read the description of Sensory Integration Disorder (of which he fits into perfectly). I do not know if it related to it. Has anyone dealt with this problem?
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My DD has SID. If you think he has symotims of it you should probably get him evaluated. Occupational therapy has helped my DD so much!
She has "potty issues" as well. and I do think it is related to SID.
At 4 1/2 she is not "pooped trained" some how it scares her terribly to go...


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