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My kid is 3 and half yrs old. He is having constipation. He is passing very hard stools. Please provide us some syrup or any medication which can make him pass free motion.
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Drink lot of water on a daily basis. Ask him to walk in the inside and outside the house . Eat banana every day . Fruit to eat on daily basis. White egg to have twice a week.
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He should walk on daily basis. Not sit at home .
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Hello Good afternoon Drink water atleast 2-3 litres a day.Give him plenty of fluids,soups,juices it will help you..
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Hi, You need to give him 1.5 lts water daily. Give him soluble fibre found in bananas, ripe papaya , and grapes,and also give him whole wheat chapatis and pulses.... Barley and raagi porridge and veg soups can also be given. Select a particular time everyday, where he needs to sit on the pot. Develop regular habits, this will take time, but will definitely help.
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First give enough water to drink 1-1/2 ltr/ day. Plenty of vegetables cooked,fruits ,buttermilk,everyday.Use ghee 4-5 tsf/ day in food. Avoid bakeryfoods,masala spicy foods,preserved foods ,fried foods,eggs,nonveg,bewerages. Cooked greengram,two to three tablespoon  with pomogranate,/ coconut is recommended. Millet malt 100 ml twice a day is advised.
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Gud evening pls give tender coconut water or ripe pear juice along with at least 1ltr drinking water on each 2 to 3hrs gap in sipper or in glass.
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