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    Default Successful constipation cures :(

    Oh sorry and he has stewed peaches everyday and they really help

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    I don't know any cures - only the same counter-attacks I always say: prune, pear, peach, white grape, grapefruit, apple. And if that's not enough: the old glycerine suppository.

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    Kiwi fruit!!!!!

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    It's prob not the best option but I always found a tiny bit of brown sugar in a cup of water worked best... Was suggested to me by my doc so figured the tiny bit of sugar they were getting was better then the pain they had..

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    Default Successful constipation cures :(

    Prune juice!

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    Default Successful constipation cures :(

    Diluted prune juice to get everything moving and lots of tummy time to soothe the discomfort.

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    I swear by pear juice ..

    I'd personally avoid oranges/ orange juice - and kiwifruit - because little ones can have reactions to those fruits when they are introduced ..

    at seven months there is no rush for solids .. but I'd stick to pears and nothing else tbh .. till he settles into a routine ..

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    Default Successful constipation cures :(

    Any update?

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    Yep, I cut back on solids for a bit, breastfed more and he is no longer constipated.
    He has a HUGE appetite and I think he was eating too much for his little system.
    Unfortunately he must have got a little tear though, from straining.
    I don't know what to do, my doctor isn't back until January 21st and even if she was, she would only refer me to a paediatrician.
    We are moving house at the end of this week, so
    best I can do is wait until we move up the coast and find a new doctor or paediatrician. Why do doctors close for a mth over the Christmas period?
    What else are you supposed to do?
    Turn up at an already exhausted A&E department?

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    Poor bub - can you see a tear? I'd go to the pharmacist.

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