child is constipated

When your child isn’t feeling well and you can’t figure out exactly why, consider constipation as a possible cause. It may not be the first thing parents think of, but constipation causes a myriad of symptoms that affect a child’s physical and mental health.

Sometimes it is obvious that your kid is constipated: straining when pooping, hard or pellet-like stools, bloating, and/or complaining of belly pain. Other signs may not be as obvious, however, and can be easier to miss!

Once you know that your child is dealing with constipation – then what?

We are pleased to repost an article by Nicolette from How Does She?, a website created, inspired, and dedicated to empowering, informing, and embracing mothers and women everywhere.

Read Nicolette’s full post here!

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