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Baby cannot feces without help and abdomen become very hard because he fails to pass gases

My Boy’s date of birth is 15th January 2011. He used to feces normally after birth. From last week like 5/6 days back his abdomen become very hard because he fails to pass gases. Initially by pressing a little in this abdomen he pass out gases and become much relaxed. We have visited doctor and she gave antiflatulent and anticolic drug. That helped him to release gases. But his feces were not clear like before. Moreover, he passes little amount of watery feces. From yesterday he is continuously creating pressure but fails to clear his feces. I have given him a glycerin suppository then he released his feces and bit normal. This situation is recurring. What should we do now? Please let us know. It’s an emergency situation for him.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Feb 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
first of all after feeding make him stand straight in your hands for 5min so that he would not have indigestion problem .as aresult he would pass faeces normally.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
Thanks for choosing Healthcare not worry.some food intake by you can affect your baby any time.I hope you are not giving any top feeding at present.For you-drink plenty of fluids,avoid very heavy diet more complex to digest.Have habit of burping after every feed.Make your baby lie on his stomach (with face on side) whenever his stomach is empty for preventing excess gas not give too much of home remedies.ask your doctor for medication as and when needed.
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