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She can't pass stool(hard) easily.
Last 6 month, she can't pass stool easily. It is very painful. Stool is very tight and it come as one big loop. There 1/2 day gap between the passing the stool. Meet with doctor, in allopathy , during medication it's ok but when medicine over problem occurs. Same condition in Homoeopathy . Any suggestion plz suggest
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Diet modification is the only effective treatment for constipation.diet less in milk and rich in fibres. She should sit in toilet two times a day at fix time.
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if persists then requires  some investigations.
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Hi I can fully understand your worry. Constipation is not short term therapy... Habit , diet and patience all 3 things are required... I ma making a series on youtube on Constipation.. have uploaded starting  3 videos.. please do stay tuned there.. Also stay connected (Subscribe & follow) me on DrPoonamsvlog on YouTube & Instagram for more baby and child  health information.  Hope to see you as my extended family
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You need to continue treatment for atleast 6 weeks. Also diet modifications (reduce milk intake to 250ml per day, more vegetables) and regular toilet training is must. You haven't mentioned age or weight of child, so can't tell any medication
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