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My daughter is not passing stool until i give her cremalax tablet with sodiumpicasulphate as active ingredient

Hello Doctor , My twin 2 daughter is 3 years old. she is still having constipation . she do not pass stool unless we have her cremalax tablet with sodiumpicasulphate as active ingridient. We have been giving her laxatives since 6 months old but until today her problem is not solved. We are trying to feed her vegetable but she do not eat much. her apetite is very low she do not eat anything. we have to force her or divert her mind to baby tv and then she will eat very little. Please advise us home made remidies to get over this problem. Thank u so much for u r help in advance best wishes Ali
Thu, 3 Nov 2011
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi, Welcome to Healthcare Magic Forum. Please avoid drug as much as possible. You can give her banana, fibre rich diet and plenty of fluids. Train her by making her sitting in the toilet daily morning for sometime. Consult your paediatrician. Have a good day.
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hello,
the baby girls be put on very liquid diet such as oatmeal,sogo,fruit juices apple or pomgranate.mix almond oil sweet +olive oil each1/2 tsp +sweetend milk give at bed timethere is great comfort im this royal road.please laxative this may form some adverse action on the stomach and intestine also.
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General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
welcome to healthcaremagic
lac of proper and sufficient amount of diet and liquids may the main problem to cause constipation
feeding a baby is sometimes a great problem and needs lot of patience
by any means the amount of feeding is to be increased
consult paediatrician and get help regarding type of food etc
have patience and give enough feed
and follow advice of paediatricianhope your baby be all right
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