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Child passing frequent hard stools in smaller quantities, is lactose intolerant, on LB kid, serutan. Advise?

Hi, My son is 21 months old. He is passing hard stool in smaller quantities for 5 to 6 times in a day.He is Lactose intolerant. I am giving him serutan and LB KID tablets daily. Plz advise. His diet , Idli as breakfast and dinner, dal rice with carrots or potatoes for lunch, ragi in evening and zerolac as milk suppliment
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Thank you for your query on HealthCareMagic.

Your son is passing small quantities of hard stool freuently as he is constipated and unable to evacuate at one go. Constipation is basically a nutritional issue as the diet is deficient in fibres. It is suggested that you increase fruits and vegetables in his diet. Try to avoid refined flour. In case this does not help then resort will need to be taken to medication.

Hope I have answered the query to your satisfaction.


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