Babies Aged 4 Months Have Less Bowel Movements?
Good night doctor, I asked why my child has such a hard time pooping, every time the pup has shortness of breath, I’ve tried some formula milk but no doctor changes ??
What age is your child now?
Difficulty defecating in children can be caused by various causes. Several causes that can cause a child to have difficulty defecating, such as:
Lack of fiber intake (depending on age) electrolyte disorders obstructive ileus typhus Worm infection in the gastrointestinal tract polyps of the gastrointestinal tract if your child is older than 1 year, for example, one of the causes that often causes difficulty defecating is lack of fiber intake. Fiber can be obtained from fruit and vegetables. In children who do not consume fiber, the bowel movements can become hard. In addition, the presence of certain diseases such as obstructive ileus (blockage in the intestine) can also cause the child to have difficulty defecating and usually the child's stomach will become enlarged and appear bloated and vomiting and vomiting.
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of the condition that your child is experiencing, you should check your child directly to the doctor, so that the doctor can check directly. Maybe later there will be additional examinations such as blood tests or ultrasound if necessary.
You can try to provide enough foods that contain fiber (if the child is already consuming family foods). Give enough water. If the child is less than 6 months old, give exclusive breastfeeding.
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