Question: My baby is one month 27days, not going for motion since 2days. Is there any problem
Answer: Hi.. Breast fed babies can easily go for two weeks without a poopy diaper once they are two to three months old. Breast milk is exactly what your baby needs, and so there is a little waste product left for the baby to poop out. Do not worry, because breast fed babies never constipate.
Still, if you want apply little asafoetida mixed in luke warm water on the tummy of your baby, it will give the toddler some comfort.
Question: baby not passing motion any remedies please
10 Ways to Relieve Baby's Constipation
1. Increase Water Consumption
Whether your baby is breast or bottle fed, it’s easy to assume she's getting enough water due to a primarily liquid diet. If your baby is showing signs of constipatiopn, try giving her an additional 2-4 ounces (1/4-1/2 cup) of water after each feeding to help bowels flush properly.
2. Offer Fruit Juice
Prune juice has a natural laxative effect, but pear or apple juices also work well to relieve minor constipation. Most babies quickly develop a preference for juice because of how sweet it is, so only offer full strength juices when your little one is constipated. To avoid gassiness, start slowly with less than 2 ounces of juice after feedings.
3. Feed High-Fiber Foods
Bananas, rice cereal, carrots, and cheese are a mainstay of most infant diets--they also tend to have a binding effect on stool. Foods like apricots, pears, prunes, peaches, and plums are better choices to help avoid constipation.
4. Give Your Baby “Bicycle Legs”
Sometimes making your baby’s body move will help get his bowels moving, too. Place your baby on his back in front of you. Lift up his legs and move them in a circular motion to mimic the motions of peddling a bicycle. The movement should help to release some abdominal pressure and get things going in the right direction.
5. Try a Different Brand of Formula
If your baby gets formula, sometimes a switch is all it takes to relieve constipation. Every baby reacts differently to the ingredients of each type of formula, so try a few brands to find the one your baby tolerates best. Most brands have a low-lactose option, which your baby may tolerate better.
6. Take Your Baby’s Temperature
Rectal stimulation can help your baby’s bowels to move. Use Vaseline to lubricate the tip of a rectal thermometer and insert it into your baby’s bottom. Very gently wiggle JUST the tip a few times before removing it. The stimulation will often cause a bowel movement to occur.
7. Massage Her Tummy
With your baby on her back, place your hand on her belly button. Using a clockwise motion, massage your baby’s tummy in ever bigger circles. Follow your baby’s cues as to how much pressure to use. If she fusses or cries, you’re pressing too hard.
8. Give Him a Warm Bath
A warm bath will soothe almost anyone. The thought is that the warm water will help your baby relax, allowing his body to let go of what he’s been holding in. When you’re drying him off is also a perfect time to try the tummy massage technique.
9. Use a Glycerin Suppository
Consult with your doctor regarding exactly how much of a suppository you should use. Depending on your child’s age, size, and how long they’ve been constipated, your doctor may recommend anywhere from ¼ to one whole children's suppository. Glycerin suppositories will typically cause a bowel movement within 15-30 minutes.
10. What Not to Do
Because babies are small they can quickly become dangerously dehydrated. It is recommended to never use mineral oil, enemas, or stimulant laxatives on your baby.
Question: My daughter not passing motion she is passing weekly once can i know y or any health problem
there are many things you can do to help relieve baby’s constipation. You can change baby’s feeding pattern and/or engage in some physical exercises.
Tummy Massage – Gently massage and rub baby’s tummy in a clockwise direction. Place your hands at baby’s navel and massage in a circular motion, moving your hand(s) out and away from the center of baby’s belly.
Bicycle Legs – Place your baby on her back and lightly hold her legs in a half-bent position. Gently begin to move your baby’s legs as if she is riding a bicycle. Alternate “Bicycle Legs” with Tummy Massage. *”Bicycle Legs” also may help to relieve a baby who is gassy.
A Warm Bath – Some medical professionals suggest giving your constipated baby a warm bath. The thought is that this may help relax baby and “get things moving” again. Give a tummy massage as you are drying baby.