My son is 3 years old and for over a year has had severe constipation. He has had a lower barium enema done which came back normal and he has also had a rectal biopsy done. Which also came back normal. He is on 3 teaspoons of lactolose twice a day and I can't remember the last time he was able to have a bowel movement on his own without an enema. He tries so hard to go to the bathroom on his own and he can only go a very small amount and it is always thick and pasty. His gastroentologist has run out of ideas and doesn't know what else to do. Please help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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