Mommy’s Bliss© Constipation Ease is pediatrician recommended to safely and naturally ease occasional constipation and promote regular bowel movements. The gentle formula is natural and free of any harsh chemicals or laxatives.
Changes to your baby’s diet and routine can lead to occasional constipation. Introducing formula to a previously breast fed baby, adding solid foods, changes in feeding habits and intervals, dehydration, some medications, and changes to your baby’s activity and sleep routines can all lead to occasional constipation.
Babies will have from 1 to 6 bowel movements per day. As solid foods are added to the diet bowel movements normally become less frequent but most commonly at least daily. Generally, so long as the stool remains soft and occurs at least once every 3-5 days, then baby is likely not constipated. If stool is hard, pebble like or baby cries during bowel movement then your baby may be constipated. If you are unsure if your baby is constipated or has more than mild occasional constipation, then talk to your doctor.
Mommy’s Bliss® Constipation Ease is pediatrician recommended to safely and naturally ease occasional constipation and promote regular bowel movements. If you think your baby is constipated, talk to your doctor, who may recommend giving your baby extra water or fruit juice to soften hard stool. Never give a baby laxatives, suppositories, or enemas unless instructed to by your doctor. If your baby’s bowel movements do not return to normal or if baby has signs of illness such as vomiting, fever, lethargy, lack of appetite, bloody or black tarry stools; call your doctor right away.
What Causes Baby Constipation?
If your baby is constipated you may want to know why so that you can try to prevent it from happening again. Here are some common causes of constipation in babies:
Tips to Relieve Baby’s Constipation
Baby’s bowel movements recently become irregular? Or have they started passing stools that are hard or like small clay balls? If this is happening baby may be constipated.