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Child has constipation, urine smells like feces. No fever or pain. Cause of urine odor?

My 23 month old weighs 22-24 pounds. She hardly eats, and when she does her diet is not the fruits, no vegs, no eggs , and no meat except the occasional chicken. She has always had problems with constipation . She may only have a bowel movement twice a week. Over the past few days her urine smells like feces......I will think she is dirty and she will only have peed. She has no fever, and doesn t seem to be in any kind of pain. What could be causing the urine odor? Do I need to put her back on miralax for the constipation?
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
It is due to wrong adoptive bowel habit,dietetic error etc
continue using laxative, child get habitual for that and essential body element also goes.

High Fiber diet - whole grains , vegetable, fruits etc.
Adopting healthy bowel habit.
Encourage child to spend time in toilet after meals.
Give plenty of water.
Applying warm, moist cloth to the anus , stimulating bowel movements.

"i wish your child good health"
Answered: Wed, 14 Nov 2012
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