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Child having severe constipation, has stools with blood. Taken piclin, prescribed Y-lax tablet. Advisable for long term?

Dear Sir, My daughter (03 year old) is suffering from constipation problem.Without laxative stool is not possible & bloody stool happens.Earlier she was using piclin ( Sodium pico sulphate) 5 ml dose.After that with consultation with a homeopath doctor she is using Y-lax tablet (2 tab thrice). Kindly suggest about the long use of y-lax. Siddharth
Asked On : Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
1. is her Thyroid profile normal, and is constipation and blood in stool due to Piles or else (was P/R examination carried out?
2. blood can be due to over straining or constipation can be due to fear of blood, so consult with your health care provider.
3. does her laxative contains any Aluminium?
4. any Physical inactivity?
. attempt for bowel movements 15-20 minutes after breakfast when gastro colic reflex is strongest.
. give her diet rich in fiber: beans,baked potato, peas,brocooli, corn, apple, oranges, peaches, wheat,isaphgol,and cereals.
. give her luke warm water to drink with 5 cashew nuts and 5 raisins boiled in it, and as constipation leads to urinary tract infection, make sure she is taking at least 8 glasses of water everyday.
. Ayurveda Decocotion "Abhyarishta" is good remedy both for constipation and blood in stool.
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Vikram Gaikwad's  Response
Change your daughters diet like use ghee ,Almond 2 , Kismis 8 ,fiber biscuits,If possible use castor oil 1 tsf at bed time
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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Homeopath Dr. Rehan Ahmed Khan's  Response
constipation in children is a common problem,take care of diet.if she respond to medicine than reduce the doses gradually .
have a nice day
Answered: Tue, 5 Jun 2012
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