Many parents worry that their baby is constipated, which can happen for many reasons. Sometimes, however, babies are not really constipated, but just have their own way of pooping.
Answering the following questions will help you understand more about constipation in infants, its causes and some ways to prevent and treat it.
For questions about constipation in children, please visit our Constipation in Children Guide.
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