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    Bowel Movement Questions
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    An_248720 posted:
    Is it normal for a 2 year old to have a bowel movement 9 times in one day??
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    JenA32 responded:
    Any response would be great..I do daycare and this is what happened last friday when she came. Ive never known any kids to have that many bowel movements like that in one day especially since she dont really eat much when she comes here
     
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    Elizabeth_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi there -

    Nine times seems like quite a lot. Is it diarrhea? Any other symptoms? Is she complaining of stomach pain?

    Do her parents say this is usual for her?

    Elizabeth
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