Hi, i have NOT potty trained a uc toddler (i have uc, not my child).
Talk with your peditration and ur child's GI for recommendations. While i know it's possible to potty train a two yr old, i only know parents who have gotten children pt by age 3 (including myself). I would wonder if it is to early to attempt especially for a child who is having up to 12BM's a day. I would not want the child to feel like they have failed.....however, u mentioned that he is actually going on the potty, so, as long as he is willing to go on the potty, i would keep trying. PTing takes a while w/ any child, and it all chalks up to consistancy. Once i started pting, i had my son out of dipers. It took alot of work changing his wet clothes all the time, and cleaning up pee off the floor, and lots of bed changing if he went in the middle of the night.
I did keep a travel potty in my car for my son, so that if we were out/driving, he could still go.
Good luck, its not easy to train a child W/O UC, so i know u have a hard road ahead!!! :)
2003, dx moderate UC
2000, dx selective IGA deficiency w/ anti IGA antibodies
2000, dx Antipholipid Antibody Syndrome
1999-current, chronic hemmoragic ovarian cysts, w/ partial ovary removal
1977, complete reconstruction of foot after lawnmower accident (chronic pain)
6mp 75mg, prednisone 40mg (just starting meds again)
percocet 5mg 3x day
potassium 3x day