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    Default 2.5yrs soft stools

    Hi guys, this is a bit of a gross question. But my 2.5yr old DS2 still has quite soft stools, like a baby. Is this unusual? When does it go hard like an adult. The main reason I am worried is that DS was slightly lactose intolerant as a baby but I thought he had grown out of it.

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    Good question!

    Bumping so hopefully we get an answer.


 

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