If your baby isn't having regular bowel movements or cries when she's trying to poop, she may be constipated. Of course, it's difficult to know what's normal when it comes to a baby's bowel movements. Here you'll learn about constipation in babies: the signs, causes and how to cure it.
If your baby is constipated, you may need to examine the baby's diet and your own.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, Why is my baby constipated and what can I do about it?
If your baby is constipated, you may want to see if this condition indicates a bigger problem.
Find out how to recognize signs and symptoms of constipation in babies, and learn some pediatrician-approved strategies for treating this common condition.
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