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August 1st, 2010, 06:28 PM
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my dd is over 3 now and she's always had a problem with pooing...when we was real little (1-2 yrs) she would stand with her cheeks squeezed and arched her back forward and would sream when she would go it was horrible then, and now if i catch her and ask what she's doing so says nothing mommy i don't have to poo...i held it in. what do i do? she holds it for weeks with just little tiny turds and "dirty" pants every couple days...i've tried 1/2 dozen different laxitives, changing her diet, diferent drinks, i'm just at my wits end b/c she cries and her tummy hurts...
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August 6th, 2010, 12:27 PM
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My friend had this problem with her son. He had trouble pooping from day 1. She gives him miralax each morning and we caught him pooping in a corner one day and took him to the potty. He sat on the potty and we told him if he pushes out the poop it won't hurt his belly anymore. He is getting better but he still sometimes will hold it in and he is5. The doctors say he will outgrow it but we try to sneak in prunes and high fiber foods to help him go so he don't get constipated. I hope this helps you.
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