1 months old baby

Question: my baby not passing stool 8day,what can i do?

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Answer: It's not good to keep the child constipated. Take the child to a paediatrician. And for the mean while you can try putting a very small piece of the baby soap into the anus of the babyafter pouring some water over there. Mostly baby will poop after that.
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