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Toddler facing constipation, passes stools every alternate day, has intense pain, no improvement with change in routine. Solution?

I have a 18 months old baby girl. She has constipation problem snc last 2-3 months. She doesnt pass tool daily rather every alternate days and while apssing stool she haslot of pain. We tried lot of things like changing food habbits, include lot of fibers in food, fruits, intake of water, juices , reduce milk but the problem remans the same
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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History noted. Since she has hard stools, for passing it there will be difficulty.Since the constipation problem has started 3 months back, you need not be worried of any congenital problems. A course of laxatives will help her.Since baby it is always better to get consulted with a pediatrician for detailed examination and then to follow his instructions.
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