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    solutions for my 3 year olds nices constipation
    An_263075 posted:
    I was thinking of an enema, but I cant find mine and I'm sure the applicator would be too big anyway. Not sure she would accept the process either. Any suggestions. She says it hurts.
    naturalmom3 responded:
    Always go natural first. Processed foods and dehydration cause constipation. Lots of raisins, melon, grapes, water, water, water. Juice, prunes, and more melon. Good luck!
    octobergirls responded:
    Limiting dairy helps a lot with constipation and hard stools. My daughter since she was very young has always had very hard stools and difficulty having a movement so our PCP suggested limiting her dairy intake and go from there. Since then I water down her milk and try to cut back on the cheese and yogurt and we have had a lot of improvements.

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