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Toddler having intermittent pain around belly button post bang on head. X-ray showed gas and stools in intestine. What treatment is advisable?

My toddler was knocked down and hit her head hard on the edge of a table in april. Since then she gas had stomach pain severe but seems intermittent to the left of her belly button. We have been to the doctor and they did an xray which showed she had lots of gas and poop in intestine . Tried miralax and all doctor suggestions but not helping her pain. It is affecting her demeanor and she cries often melting town from her efforts at managing her Pain during the day. She has BM s every day. She has also had some reflux onset becoming noticeable in pas month .symptoms have only been since heave hit.
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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dear...thanks for writing to health care magic

seems to be recurrent abdominal pain.........
more can be said about the condition.......if i know the current weight and height....if the child is loosing any weight...........any blood or mucus in the stool..............any frequency of urine or burning while passing urine........is he ok between symptoms .............does the pain occur when he is given or asked to have a meal.........or go to school etc

so give further details so that i can help you better

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Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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dear...thanks for writing to health care magic

seems to be recurrent abdominal pain.........
more can be said about the condition.......if i know the current weight and height....if the child is loosing any weight...........any blood or mucus in the stool..............any frequency of urine or burning while passing urine........is he ok between symptoms .............does the pain occur when he is given or asked to have a meal.........or go to school etc

pl reply for a better answer
Answered: Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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