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    Whoops, forgot to mention that we now do a quality kids probiotics powder everyday. This has helped loads!! Highly recommended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzybaby View Post
    Whoops, forgot to mention that we now do a quality kids probiotics powder everyday. This has helped loads!! Highly recommended.
    Where do you get the powder from? And with the prune juice, do you boil the prunes? The pitted prunes that comes in packets? Thanks

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    Prunes you can just pour hot water over the regular ones and let them soak, and give the wter from that. thats what I heard.
    Fish oil helps lubricate things
    And if things get really bad, suppositories. Lifesavers. Hate using them but love that they work. My dd got a fisure from her poo so was too scared to let her get that constipated ever again. No more bananas, lots o fluids, pear juice sometimes, lots of fish oil (ask a naturopath for a suitable one) and last resort, suppositories. Oh and did give parachoc for a while after the fissure happened

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    And probiotics too. From the natural store / naturopath also.

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    Had the same prob with dd2 at 10 months when started solids. I tried pears all day everyday didn't seem to work so got some prune juice.. I cheated and got it from health food area at woolies instead of making my own... And syringed about 10 ml undiluted 3 times a day. Worked a treat. Dd loves it, she would prob drink the whole bottle at once haha. I can't stand it.

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    Inner health plus is awesome. I got the powder for my DD. I used to use blended prunes with weetbix. Prune juice just isn't the same as real prunes blended. (Think prunes and pears are pretty similar in the way the act on the gut). Blended up the prunes or pears then mashed them with weetbix.

    Inner health as a powder is available in most pharmacies - in the fridge. If it isn't in the fridge, the probiotics aren't live. the powder mixed in was a lifesaver for my DD who ended up with a secondary lactose intolerance after gut issues.

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    I found the cheapest place to get Inner Health Plus For Kids is Chemist Warehouse. About $31.00 for the 100g jar. Lasts about a month. It also has other benefits like helping with colds etc. I give it to DS everyday.

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    You can just buy prune juice in the juice section. Always worked well for my DS. Also offering water regularly especially when eating solids.

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    Kids inner health plus from pharmacy in the fridge. DS is 12 mths so I give a fresh prune (from fruit and veg section) to him that's been sliced into 3. He just nibbles away on it. If bubs is a bit younger just soften in warm water.
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