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Does she have any fever?
Does she have any vomiting or diarrhea?
You mentioned she has not eaten anything?
Can you please let me know what she has eaten?
Any flu or cough etc?
When was the last stool that she passed?
I think that may be the main reason symptoms.
She needs to poo at least once or twice a day?
She needs to poo at least once or twice a day
So I think that increasing fiber and fluids in the diet a bit will help.
I understand, all that is most likely due to constipation.
Have you tried loading your child’s plate with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, high-fiber cereals, whole grain breads (look least 3-5 grams of fiber per serving), and a variety of beans and other legumes, like chickpeas and lentils.
Two good sources of fiber that kids are often happy to eat are trail mix (let them make their own) and popcorn with minimal salt or butter. Foods containing probiotics, like yogurt, can also promote good digestive health.
Limit sugary drinks to 4 ounces a day.
I think that it is all because of the constipation or her lazy intestines.
. Encourage your child to use the toilet first thing in the morning and after every meal or snack.
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