Baby Constipation

Your baby might have constipation if he or she is passing hard or pellet-like bowel movements, crying while passing stools, and less frequent bowel movement. It is commonly seen when the baby starts eating solid food, so try to include water, fruit juice, and mashed peas or prunes.

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Is it normal for 3 month old to pass stool only every two days?

Query: Hello doctor, My 3 month old son passes stool only every two days. He passes stool only after we insert a soap stick and stimulate his excretory movements. This has been happening for the past three weeks. Is this normal?  Read Full »


Arooj Najmussaqib

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. If your baby is breastfed, it is perfectly normal to pass stool less often. On the other hand, it does not seem normal for such a young kid. If it continues for more than two weeks, get him checked by a pediatrician. Consult a paediatrician online to know the managem...  Read Full »

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