On Call for All Kids – Potty Training Tips – Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital

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When to potty train depends more on the child’s readiness than a certain age. In fact, in some cultures toilet training is done much, much earlier than in the United States. Typically, children show signs of readiness as early as 18 months, but some may not be ready until 3 years old. Rachel Dawkins, M.D., provides potty training tips for boys and girls. Learn more:

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