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What Is The Treatment Of Constipation?

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dr. Noor Group: Members  Joined: 04th Jun, 2009  Topic: 3  Post: 42  Age:  36  
Posted on:10th Jun 2009, 11:37pm
 

What Is The Treatment Of Constipation?

my 11 months old baby has constipation most of the time.. plz tell me some long-term remedy...
he has more constipation during teething.. and he is not fond of vegetables..
koi aisa tareeqa ho k theek ho jaey..
zeb Group: Members  Joined: 18th Aug, 2007  Topic: 114  Post: 13598  Age:  36  
Posted on:11th Jun 2009, 6:53am
 

dear

ap usey banana khilaya keryen...

yogurt deyn daily

water intake berhayen

milk kum se kum deyn

boiled rice ya khichri deyn

green tea deyn 2-3 spoons thanda ker k

aksar bachon ko garmi ki waja se bi ye shikayat ho jati hai....is liye thandi cheezen deyn aur garam cheezon se avoid keryen

dr. Noor Group: Members  Joined: 04th Jun, 2009  Topic: 3  Post: 42  Age:  36  
Posted on:11th Jun 2009, 4:29pm
 

Thanks!

Thank u....
saim1 Group: Members  Joined: 23rd May, 2008  Topic: 44  Post: 2214  Age:  39  
Posted on:11th Jun 2009, 5:29pm
 

noor

agar app key pass baby prune juice milta hey tu app baby ko wo bhi dey sakti haien

wasey banana say constipation ziyada ho jati hey,

or sabzi wo daien jis may fiber ziyada ho

Raja Taqi Group: Members  Joined: 17th Sep, 2010  Topic: 31  Post: 2040  Age:  51  
Posted on:12th Jun 2009, 9:18am
 

Dr,Saim

aap ne to Hikmat k nuskhay likh diye  koi elo pethy wala nuskha tajweez furmayein..

Dr.Noor.....aap iss link ko read kerein aap k baby ka  musla mokamal tour per hull ho jaye ga..google mein constipation in babies......enter kerein wahan mokamal detailes mojood hein iss bary mein...  

zeb Group: Members  Joined: 18th Aug, 2007  Topic: 114  Post: 13598  Age:  36  
Posted on:13th Jun 2009, 8:39am
 

dr noor

u r most welcome
Neel Group: Members  Joined: 09th Jun, 2009  Topic: 0  Post: 94  Age:  55  
Posted on:17th Jun 2009, 10:20am
 

Dr Noor

Greetings!

Was your baby breast milk-fed? When was the baby transitioned to solid food?

Cheerz
dr. Noor Group: Members  Joined: 04th Jun, 2009  Topic: 3  Post: 42  Age:  36  
Posted on:18th Jun 2009, 6:49pm
 

My baby...

He was breast-fed as well as formula-fed...
there is no new change in his eating routine recently as I started solids when he was 5 months old...
Neel Group: Members  Joined: 09th Jun, 2009  Topic: 0  Post: 94  Age:  55  
Posted on:18th Jun 2009, 10:22pm
 

Dr. Noor

Thanks.

Random thoughts!

Bananas, rice cereal and applesauce all tend to produce firmer stools. Carrots and squash are constipating for some babies. Pears, peaches, plums, apricots, peas and prunes make stools softer. By balancing the diet, you can often keep the stools comfortably mid-range. If the stools are still too firm, juice is the gentlest medicine to soften them up. Apple juice twice a day is a good bet. If this doesn't work, prune juice is even better. Also, when your son is straining you might want to put him in a tub of warm water. This will relax his muscles and make the stool easier to pass.

Babies will strain from time to time to move the stool along through the intestines. If you want to do something when babies grunt, push, or strain, try picking them up to get gravity to help them in their efforts, or try holding the knees against the chest to help them "squat" -- the natural poop position. Straining is usually normal. Crying while straining may be a sign of constipation.

Children under age 1 should not eat honey because of the risk of infant botulism. Today, corn syrups are manufactured under sanitary conditions to prevent this, but the manufacturers do not make any guarantees.

 Switch from rice cereal to barley or oat cereal, or add pureed fruits or vegetables to the regular cereal, once your baby is ready for them.

  Once your baby is eating a variety of solid foods, ask her pediatrician, if you can boost your baby's fiber intake by adding a teaspoon of bran to her cereal. Cut down on constipating foods like rice, bananas, and cooked carrots, and try mixing her cereal with a little bit of apple or prune juice or a few tablespoons of pureed prunes, apricots, or pears to help loosen her bowel movements.

Increase the amount of fluid your baby drinks to help keep her stools soft. If your baby is older than 2 months, start by giving her 1 ounce of prune juice diluted with 1 ounce of water, twice a day. As her constipation improves, you can cut back.

 The BRAT diet is used for the treatment of diarrhea in infants - BRAT stands for Bananas, Rice, Applesauce and Toast. An easy and natural way to remember how to alleviate baby's constipation is to cut out the foods that contribute to it - rice cereals, bananas, and applesauce. If you ever forget which foods to cut out, remember BRAT!

Barley or oatmeal cereals, prunes, peaches, plums, apricots and most vegetables are preferred when baby has constipation.  Juices are helpful, especially apple or prune, but use in moderation, as they are not as nutritious for babies as formula or breast milk. Try strained foods that contain high fiber such as: apricots, prunes, peaches, plums, pears, peas, spinach. 

When it comes to bowel regularity, apples contain two types of fiber; insoluble and soluble. The insoluble fiber works like roughage, while the soluble fiber (pectin), which is found primarily in the skin, acts as a stool softener by drawing water into the stool and increasing stool bulk. Because pectin firms up an excessively loose stool, itís also used to treat diarrhea. Pectin in apple fiber apparently is the reason that whole apples will firm up bowel movements. Think of Kaopectate - a popular over-the-counter diarrhea remedy. Kaopectate, actually contains an oxidized form of pectin.

 As vegetables do not contain soluble fiber unlike fruits do, your baby will find it harsh and hard to adapt to insoluble fiber first. It may a good idea to introduce soluble fiber first, and avoid white bread and bread with wheat flower. Whole grain bread and whole wheat breads slowly and gradually, taking into consideration of diverticulitis at later stages. Whole wheat is the key since it contains complex carbohydrates good for gastrointestinal function and insulin sensitivity. Limited bacterial fermentation in the colon restricts the fermentation of carbohydrates and fat to smaller fatty acids, which are good for intestinal function. Probiotic (such as the carbohydrate inulin) containing yogurt and, yogurt, in general, are good; Beneficial bacteria such as Bifidus, Lactobacillus, etc. are good for intestinal health. 

Expert4you Group: Members  Joined: 27th Mar, 2009  Topic: 1  Post: 4  Age:  43  
Posted on:29th Jun 2009, 7:10am
 

Water Therapy

Apke maslay ka aasan tareen hal hai "Water Therapy".

Paani pillaen bachay ko bhi aur khud b piyain aur apni family, friends ko b bataen. Simple treatment but extremely effective.

Take Care
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