Thecrossfamily
Hi, my name is becky. I have a beautiful son who is 5, recently he has been weeing all over his room. He wee's on his bedroom floor, on his bed, in clothes. I thought it was just accidents at first but i have now realised he is doing it on purpose. Its breaking my heart. Tonight he had a pee on his bed right next to his pillow, i asked him why and he just said " I dont know" i dont understand why he has starting doing this. He also poo's his pants alllll the time and he hides in it his room. I ask him every hour or so if he needs the toilet, sometimes  he goes and sometimes he doesnt need to but then 10 minutes later he has messed his trousers. He gets really upset when he has done it but he wont stop doing it. Ive sat down and talked to him, asking if something is bothering him, is his tummy hurting  etc but he says he is fine. I cant take much more, he shares a room with his sister who is 3 and its not fair or her. He wipes his bottom on he dolls clothes and things. Im at a total loss, i just want it to stop. He has been potty trained since he was 3 so i have no idea why this is happening. He doesnt to it at school, his grandmas, his friends house but yet he does it at home. Please can anyone help me, any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you,
Becky x 
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familylives
Hi, I understand that this is a difficult and troubling situation. Perhaps this extreme and troubling behaviour should be discussed with your GP. I am not a professional, but since he doesn't do it anywhere else this seems to be a behavioural issue as he's actively making the choice to do it. The most important piece of information would be when he started doing this as this may lead to understanding why. You could contact Young Minds, they're an organisation that helps families in similar situations to yourself, you can call them on 0808 802 5544. You may find it helpful to read our articles on child behaviour. If you feel you need further support please e-mail us at askus@familylives.org.uk or call our freephone helpline on 0808 800 2222.
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Thecrossfamily
Thank you very much. Xxx
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