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    2 year old crying about butt
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    crystalbeckman posted:
    My 2 year old daughter's randomly crying saying her butt hurts she does not have a rash and I am getting more and more concerned she has been moving her bowels and they are a little hard but she hasn't been wanting to eat and she won't drink anything other than milk. Any tips on what it could be or what to do?
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    momuv4girls responded:
    Yes, take her to the pedi ASAP and discuss it. It can be dangerous to have a young one constipated for a length of time.

    My 3rd daughter had a lot of issues like this and we eventually used Miralax daily to help her have regular bowel movements and this allowed her insides to heal.

    The pedi needs to rule out different causes - so that is your first step.

    Take care!
    -Kathleen


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