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    painful bm for a 2 year old.
    tseevers posted:
    My daughter has been have very painful bm off and on for months now. Most of the time she goes without any issues, then suddenly she will be in so much pain she is crying, standing on her tippy toes, red in the face, straining, some times her whole body is shaking. She has a balanced diet, drink lots of water, and is very active. I don't believed she is constipated because her stools don't change from when she has no issues to when she is in pain, the only difference is the amount. When she is in pain, he doesn't go as much, but goes more often, when not in pain she only goes once or twice day. She has her painful bm for a few days and then will be fine for awhile. Her Dr always seems to give me the run around and I don't really get any answers, so I'm I in the process of getting a new one.

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