Overcoming A 2 Year Old Child Is Difficult Chapter?
I want to ask. My 2.5-year-old child often gets constipated. Sorry if that chapter seems to push hard. A lot of sweat. Tp comes out a bit like dirty dirt (sorry) and hard. I have tried grapalac (lactulosa) 1x 5ml daily for 10 days but the chapter is hard. He really doesn’t like fruits, but vegetables like katuk and spinach. Sometimes I also give probiotics like liprolac 1×1 sch but the chapter is just as hard and hard. Milk he drinks milk (chilkid) a day can be 5 150ml size bottles and even then I make watery must u0026rsquo; y 4 measure I cm give 3 measures. I am still afraid to give microlac supp for fear that my child will have to continue using it. What I want to ask is what should I do for my case ?? Thank you before u0026rsquo; y. 🙏
Thank you for the question.
Constipation and hard bowel movements in children can occur naturally if the child is not drinking enough or consuming less fibrous food. However, it could also, this complaint occurs due to other reasons, such as food allergies, carbohydrate malabsorption, digestive infections, intestinal obstruction, intestinal inflammation, metabolic disorders, hormonal disorders, side effects of drugs, and so on. Psychic trauma, for example if you are too early doing toilet training, can also make your child constipated.
Our advice, you do not carelessly give your child medicine, including laxatives as you mentioned. This drug is only appropriate for use on the advice of a doctor, and not too long term. So, in order for your child's condition to be handled properly, you should first check it with your doctor or pediatrician. In-depth interviews, physical examinations, or also supporting examinations such as ultrasound can be done by doctors in order to give him the right treatment.
In the meantime, you can do it first:
Give your child a lot to drink, especially water. Give him variety of fruits, serve it in the appearance that the child likes so he likes to consume it. Mix the variety of vegetables and grains in his food. Limit giving children instant food and preservatives. , just 1-3 bottles a day for children his age If the child looks scared when defecating, you can start teaching children toilet training when he is approaching 3 years.