Hi, I have a 5 year old son who can not control his bowel movements. He doesn't seem to know when he has one either until we "smell" him. We have been to several doctors, not one of whom have done a colonoscopy, they put him on laxatives which only made it worse, not to mention that he was NOT constipated by any means. I am at the "end of my rope" here trying to figure out what to do for him. He had a severe e coli infection when he was 13 months old, which shut his kidneys down. He had extremely bloody bm's for 2 weeks and no doctor has thought that this could have anything to do with it. He has been pottytrained for urinating since he was two. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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