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Constipation in babies – colon health store update

If your baby is straining to do a poo, it doesn’t necessarily mean that she’s constipated. Before long, you’ll recognise your baby’s particular grimaces and grunts as she works on her bowel movements. You’ll also become very familiar with what looks normal (or not) in your baby’s nappy. Try Poopdoc for constipation relief

How can I tell if my baby is constipated? Need constipation relief?

When it comes to a baby’s bowel movements, there is often no normal number or schedule. Similar to adults, babies’ bowel movement patterns vary. Poo can also change in texture from day to day.

If you’re concerned that your baby may be constipated, look out for these signs: Try Poopdoc for constipation relief

  • Crying and discomfort, irritability or pain before doing a poo.
  • Dry, hard, pellet-like poo that she has trouble passing.
  • Fewer than three bowel movements a week.
  • Foul-smelling wind and poo.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • A hard belly.

As odd as it sounds, very liquid poo can be also be sign of constipation. Liquid poo can slip past the blockage of hard poo in the lower intestine. If you see this, don’t assume it’s diarrhoea. It may be evidence of constipation. Try Poopdoc for constipation relief

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Dr. Hulda Clark

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