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Infant sufferd reflux, stomach always bloated, pain after eating,hard stools. Medicine?

Hi I m really worried about my 2 year old son he sufferd reflux as a baby, but once he started solids he seemed to be ok, but other the past few months iv started to notice his stomach is always bloated n he s always full of wind and complaining of pain after eating, his stools also vary from hard balls to yellow mucusy, looks like undiegest food, I m having no joy with my gp at all n just prescribed gavison can u plz advise me thanks.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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hi.. thanks for using HCM..
you are complaing that your 2 year old child has severe constipation..
try modifying the diet of this.. introduce vegetables, fruits and food made of whole grains, high fibre diet and lot of fluids..
use laxative suppository for once or twice it will help in evacuating the hard stools..
do tiolet training by encouraging the child to go to tiolet on fixed time twice daily..
if it doesnot help, see your gastroenerologist.
all the very best..
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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