Babies Always Cry After Defecating?
, I want to ask why my child is crying when the poop isn’t loud. The chapter is 3 or 4 days, just the chapter, why is it, my son is still breastfeeding, what has not been given?
Defecation on each person, including children, has characteristics that can be different. One person can have bowel movements every day, but in other people it can be 2 or 3 days. In children, the frequency of defecation also depends on age. If the child is still an infant and is still consuming exclusive breastfeeding, it is normal for him not to defecate for up to 7 days because the milk is well absorbed by the baby's digestion. However, if you have eaten other foods, and you have bowel movements less than 3 times a week, you can be constipated. Usually, this condition can be accompanied by hard stool, difficulty passing stool or feeling of resistance in the rectum.
Pain conditions during defecation can also cause children to feel pain, where it can be influenced by other things such as hardened feces in digestion, worm infections, consumption of spicy foods that cause inflammation and others.
To confirm the condition of your child, the doctor needs a more complete history and direct examination. Without it, your child's condition cannot be determined. If you really need therapy, the doctor will provide accordingly.
I hope this helps.