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Old 01-16-2013, 10:51 PM   #13
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Re: Day 18 of no poop and starting to get antsy

I'd take her to a chiropractor.

Doctor told me that not pooping for 10+ days was normal for a breast fed baby. I didn't think it was. When we hit 15 days, I went with my gut. One trip to the chiropractor and DS was pooping a lot. A whole lot. Enough that my husband made the comment once about asking if the adjustment could be undone

Our chiropractor explained to me what was going on.Said it is very common in little ones due to birth. I've now sent a few adult friends to him that do not have normal functioning bowels and he has helped a few of them.

It made a huge difference for my son. I took a total of three adjustments for things to stay in place. He hasn't had trouble with his bowels since. He is 6 now.
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