When Can Children Defecate Again After Taking Laxatives?
Good evening. Permission to ask, after before experiencing contipation and taking laxatives, then at night the faeces come out … then when is the normal time when the child can defecate? In the morning? Or when do you thank me
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Basically, the bowel pattern of each person can be different, there are people who can defecate every day, 2-3 times a day, defecate every 2-3 days, and the different patterns of defecation may not necessarily indicate a disturbance in the person's digestion. Chapter 2-3 times a day will not be called diarrhea if the consistency is not watery, the amount is not more than usual, and there are no other symptoms that interfere. CHAPTER 2-3 days also will not be said to constipation if it is usually always CHAPTER 2-3 days and CHAPTER that comes out is not hard. Therefore you should explain in advance how the pattern of child bowel movements usually. It cannot be said with certainty when the next child should defecate because there are many factors that influence this (for example, how is the pattern of the previous child CHAPTER, whether he has enough to eat and if his food contains enough fiber, does the child drink enough, is the antihistamine drug still consumed, and etc.).
Antihistamine drug consumption can indeed cause side effects in the form of constipation. Constipation on the use of antihistamines can occur because these drugs have anticholinergic effects that can reduce fluid production in the glands. This will make the stool harder and harder to pass. If the child is still taking antihistamines, then you should try to give more fluids to children to avoid this constipation. Antihistamines should also not be used in the long term. Consult your doctor who prescribed medication if symptoms persist.
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