How to Prevent Infant Constipation
Constipation in infants occurs when the stool becomes hard, dry and difficult for the infant to pass.
This typically occurs after the baby begins eating solid foods (around five to six months of age).
Infrequent stools are not necessarily a cause for concern as long they are soft and the baby does not have pain passing the stool.
You can take measures to help prevent infant constipation by adjusting the baby's diet and daily routine.
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