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Name: hazy
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my three yr old son who is very big and strong and autistic has been clean and dry for months after alot of work but since having to have cream appiled for a sore winkle hes has become obesessed with thinking hes wet getting out takes an hour of fighting screaming and many tears . i have stopped the cream but my sons is convinced hes wet himself constantly my health visitor told me to put him back in nappies yeah great except he wont wear them anyway . Why do perfessionals think a few words are gonna help when they dont live with this condition any advice thanks you.
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Name: leah10 | Date: Oct 26th, 2008 3:01 PM
O.K - I advise you to listen. He is saying - I am not a baby!! Show pictures of young boys in pull ups- not nappies! It's regression you are dealing with - BUT! not to him -you need to come frim big boy world- OK this is not a nappy - its big boy pants-BUT!- you need to prove it to me ?? Can you wake up dry??-Let's see ok?- If you can't -then back to big boy pants and that's it O.K? 

Name: There IS Hope | Date: Jul 14th, 2009 4:13 AM
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