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so, ms is constantly pooing himself and ys is now starting this...grrr

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3andnomore Wed 27-Aug-08 00:25:42

ms (5 1/2)in in treatment, but shall go back to gp to suggest different medication to see if it wil mkae any difference....

well, ys (4), after an initial "battle" has been pretty good.rECENTLY HAD SOME CONSTIPATION, WE RELIEVED IT AND LEANRED A LESSON...ANYWAY...AFTER ALL BEING WELL, HE SEEMS TO BE CONSTIPATED AGAIN AND is doing little poos all the time....

now, maybe if I had not had this problem with ms for the past 2 2 1/2 years I would not mind so much, but tbh, I have had enough of shitty pants and staining and refusing and I really do try to remain calm, but, I am stressed out anyway, and tbh, I am losing it with both of them now....I am hoping it is jsut a silly phase with ys....but am scared it will be the same as with ms sad

I could NOT cope with 2 poopy boys....it is disgusting, smelly , unhygineic and I can constantly smell poo...I am dreaming of poo at times....

this is really just ranting...but if anyone has any suggestions that would be welcomme, too

frazzledbutcalm Wed 27-Aug-08 16:53:51

Sorry, ms and ys? What do you mean? blush

3andnomore Wed 27-Aug-08 21:30:55

middleson and youngest son

AAnd had it today aain...am getting seriously fed up about it now...earlier I thought, I didn't sign up for this...ffs both are in school now, well, will be after Hols (year 1 and reception) and honestly I thought I would put all this "crap" behind me now, sigh...
problem now is, that poor ys obviously gets a rather fed up reaction, which does not help...but nearly 3 years of shitty pants are getting to me...

never had any problems with es and with ys I thought we were sorted....not sure if ms said stuff to him, like oh you got to be scared and it hurts for him to start wihtolding.....arggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhso have enough!
Sorry just ranting again!

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