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Is there any thing I can do to help my 13 months old baby he has a very large poo stuck in his bum ?

Is there any thing I can do to help my 13 months old baby he has a very large poo stuck in his bum and he can t push it out his been like that for two days now I ve taken him hospital for this in the pass but they did not help what can I do he keeps crying
Asked On : Sun, 30 Jan 2011
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that must be so much of discomfort for your child. please take him to a pediatric surgeon or any surgeon immediately, it needs to be removed manually. he might need his gut to be cleared of soon probably with an enema. from your side, dont try doing anything which might harm the child, only think is give him more & more liquids & fruits, mainly banana, fruit juices, green leafy vegetables & more fibres. but take him to hospital right away
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