Thanks for posting your query.
is a relatively common childhood problem. Children become constipated for a number of reasons, including eating too little fiber, drinking too little liquid, taking in too much milk, or purposely trying to hold in their stool if they've had a painful experience while having a bowel movement or while they are in the process of learning to be potty-trained.
You may include rice, cooked carrots, bananas, cheese, and yogurt.
your kid needs a reasonable amount of exercise time and movement — running, jumping, time with playground equipment, etc.
Stick with no more than 2 to 3 six-ounce cups of milk a day. Exceeding this amount may encourage more constipation.
Try popping your child on the potty for five to ten minutes after each meal .
Hope I have answered your query.
Wishing you good health.