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Why do babies wear diapers?

8 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Diapers absorb a baby's urine and feces since babies cannot control their bladders or bowel functions yet. Some babies give very good clues about when they need to go to the bathroom and can be trained to use the toilet very early (even before they can walk if a mom really knows her baby).

  • 5 years ago

    Why Do Babies Wear Diapers

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Most kids its about 2-4. But i wasnt out of day diapers until well into my school years because i had a weak bladder. And my 10 year old brother isnt out of diapers because hes incontinent, and a lot of kids still need to wear diapers at night but its something they grow out of.

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  • Brenda
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    5 years ago

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    Each child is different. I would say the average age would be 3 to 4. A lot of kds still need diapering at night for bed wetting which can last for a long time.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    oh really can't be that dumb as to ask a question like that and be serious!!!!! They obviously cant walk to the bathroom...they cant say...'Hey, carry me to the toilet...i have to poop!". Geez! common sense sometimes helps!

  • 1 decade ago

    wow dumb question i dunno why they wear diapers probaby the same reason you do they can't tell when they have to go to the bathroom and even if they can they don't know how.

  • 1 decade ago

    So they don't poop and urinate all over the place and themselves...

    why did you think? for looks?

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