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Infant, constipation post taking isomilver, pain on using suppositories, no improvement with novolal, advised lactulose syrup. Will it help?

My baby is 2 months old he was passing stools until 3 weeks ago when a paediatrician changed the milk into isomilversince then he hasn t passed anything I ve been puitting glycerin suppositories twice a week when he is in he is on novolal it but still not passing stools yesterday he was in pain so I ve phoned the paed he said I must give lactulose syrup still waiting to see if it will help.e
Asked On : Sat, 28 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. as you have described we should not trouble so long.
Start giving luke warm water early morning. give the baby dil oil combination. I
advise the mother to take fibrous foods fruits and juices. try to change the
feeding milk to bufello milk. Lactulose you can use but in diluted form. thank
you for calling.
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