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8 month old baby
Hello Doctor...my baby is 8 months old and on solids + breastmilk. It's been 4 days that he hasn't passed poop. He looks quiet irritated. Occasionally I use the supportaries so that he can poop and he does pass poop after using them but I don't want to put the habit of supportaries. I give him enough water and fruits too but still he doesn't pass poop. Please advise. Thanks!
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Start oats . Give enuff water and Fiber diet like palak,oats ,veggies,apples
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Were you suffering from thyroid during pregnancy, how is mental development of your child. If at all you have started cow milk or formula milk you need to stop that. Get urinalysis done for your baby.
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Your baby needs proper treatment for constipation. Many times, it can be taken care of by changes in dietary habits like adding lots of fibrous foods but some times you may need to take medicines. I would suggest you to take a proper consultation.
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U need to do proper diet changes. Consult online for detailed discussion.
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