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Child has golden stools, had urinary tract infections, is teething. Input?

my 1 year old granddaughter has golden color bowel movements it started happening right after her mother gave her whole milk sometimes she has loose golden color bowels movements, then she seems like she is constipated that she has to push hard to go. She has had 2 urinary track infections and just had some test run on her kidney bladder and urethea and everything was fine, she is teething also, her mother is worried sick thinking her bowels her colon her intestine . Would like some input to help put her mind at ease.
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Pediatrician 's  Response
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These bowel habits are normal for this age group of children especially when the diet is changed. Do not worry. Make sure she takes lots of water and liquid diet, she will get well soon. Take care of the urinary tract infection if it recurs. Hope she gets well soon.
Answered: Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Pediatrician Dr. Nasir Mohammed's  Response
Hello, golden stools are a normal phenomena in a child who is on mother's milk. So this is certainly not a cause of concern for any member of the family. Urinary track infections are more common in girls than boys beyond one year of age and a thorough work up is indeed required which was done in your grand daughter. Personal hygiene is what is required. Teething does cause some distress in infants and a mild analgesic can be given in such situations. Teething begins around 6 months of age and I hope your gran daughter already has a few glistening white teeth :)
Answered: Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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