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    chrnkersmom posted:
    My soon to be one year old on July 5, is having some loose stools. He has been diagnosed with lazy bowel syndrome,he was severely constipated all the time. So the doc put him on soy formula. so now that he is turning one we have switched him to soy milk and he don't really like it unless we give him the flavored kind. Do you think its the flavored soy milk or the table food that is giving him bad gas and loose stool??? I want to try whole milk should I???
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