My daughter is 27 months. Since age 1 she has had severe constipation. The doctor tells us to give her fruit and vegetables. When she does choose to eat, this is all she eats. She is still struggling with constipation. She refuses to eat or drink anything until she has a bowel movement. She does not let us help her and when she pushes she tenses up and straightens her legs and tucks her butt in. Therefore not letting anything come out. We don't know what to do. The doctor says it's normal. When she does pass a bowel movement, sometimes they are as hard as rocks and they are the size of her fist or a little larger. We can't even sit her on the potty without her putting up a fight. Please somebody helpReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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