Ever since my daughter has been on any solid foods, she has had some terrible issues with #2. I spoke to her pediatrician and was advised to use miralax to help her along, which kinda works, but we still have issues. And the more my little girl grows, so does the size of her poo. It is unpleasant and seemingly painful for her, and I not only fear this will prohibit her from actually wanting to potty train, but may even affect her on a Fruedin level. I don't know, any advice?Answer Question
My oldest DD does. She has always had problems. She sees a chiropractor for it. She will have a movement within 2 hrs off seeing him. It is still big but she is able to get it out. We tried everything to change it. We changed what she ate did not help. We tired miralax. That helped a little but not much. I really also did not want her to be dependent on it. After all that. Her Dr talked to us and said some kids do hold it because it is something they have control over. But we found seeing the chiropractor regular really helps her. We are to the point that she just goes when she needs it.
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