When my daughter was about 1 month old we noticed that she was screaming for about 20min before she had a bowel movement. I took her to 6 different doctors before I finally found one that would listen to me. We did XRays and saw that her belly was full of waste. It was so full that her lungs were being compressed from not having enough room for them to expand. The doctor gave me Glycolax and said to give it to her every day to make her have a bowel movement. For the past two years it has seemed to worked, but for the past couple of weeks she has been telling me that her belly hurts. She is not potty trained and sits on the floor every 5-7 min to try to poop. (usually just a skid mark when she is done, but she is pushing so hard that her eyes water and she gets all sweaty) The doctors tell me that I just need to give her more glycolax. I really feel that there is some underlying problem with her. Can anyone please help me?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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