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Frequently Asked Questions

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Mostly a poo problem comes with (physical) symptoms like tummy ache, a puffy tummy, painful poos, difficulties in pooing, unwillingly soiling, change in peeing pattern, active withholding behaviour, a stool which diversifies of consistency and size, sometimes noticing hard lumps, xxl poo, soft or hard.

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When your child is suffering from constipation and soiling caused by constipation, one always needs to use laxatives. That’s the only way to empty the belly and keep the belly clean. When your child is suffering from soiling without constipation, laxatives are not needed or useful. Aside from the laxatives it is important to find out which reasons may have lead to the constipation.

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Laxatives which are only active on the stool – like the component macrogol does – don’t have an addictive effect and may be longer used. These laxatives softens the stool (by retaining liquid) and let it increase in volume. Because of that it will be easier to poo and movement in the bowels is stimulated. When you don’t treat constipation with laxatives stagnation in the intestines will follow.

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Mostly it is recommended to use laxatives for a minimum of 2-3 months. That way the function of the bowels can recover until the poo pattern reappears. Sometimes a child needs laxatives for months or even years to keep the tummy clean. Accumulation in the bowels causes over the long term loss of the urge to poo and being able to poo. Therefore it is always better to use an aid to stimulate the movement in the bowels.

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Putting on a nappy, when your child is physically and mentally ready for potty or toilet use, confirms your child still being a baby. Moreover with a nappy the child is lacking a proper poo posture (knees above the hips) to enable him/her to get the stool completely out. Furthermore the nanny itself obstructs the poo of leaving the body in total.

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