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    3 month old constipation
    bwar0369 posted:
    My 3 month old son is constipated any suggestions?
    mom2aboy3 responded:
    1 oz of apple juice to 1 oz of water could also try prune juice with same 1 oz to 1 oz ok hope this helps if not then you could put baby on left side and give him a fleet baby enema its just a soap suds enema you can get at any pharmacy or grocerystore i had to give my son enemas sence he was 2 weeks old it finally cleared up when he was round 2 it wasnt easy but had to be done every so often have you switched his diet by any chance cause that could cause constipation good luck and hope some of my sugguestions were helpful oo and you dont have to use all the enema just some you could also contact your pediatrician and ask the nurse they could help you out with sugguestions too

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