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My 2 month baby girl hasn't passed stools for 2 days

My 2 month baby girl hasn't passed stools for 2 days. My baby girl is 2 months now. She is only breastfed. She has not passed stools since 2 days. Is it normal. What is to be done?
Asked On : Tue, 28 Dec 2010
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Pediatrician 's  Response
absolutely breast feed infant may pass stool 15-20 time in a day or may pass stool after 4-5 day so you should not worried about that . nothing to be done
Answered: Tue, 28 Dec 2010
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Pediatrician Dr. Kamlesh Verma's  Response
if your baby pass stool regularly 4-5 times previously & now not passing stool since 2 days, check her abdomen, if it is soft & baby is well nothing to be done. if abdomen is some distended & baby is in discomfort apply assafoiteeda(heeng) on abdomen. give drop xymex 5-6 drops, stool will pass. if not go to pediatrician.........
Answered: Wed, 29 Dec 2010
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