It's the first time my 2 year old poops with blood and mucus the poop was hard and i don't know what to do, when i clean her no blood so is that good i don't know but i am still worried. What can it be ?
Most like it is from the constipation. Maybe cut out wheat and dairy to see if it changes things. Something could be binding her.
I have had bowel issues since I was little and I am 35 now. I get odd blood and mucus in my stool often and I have colonoscopies done but it has always turned out as nothing wrong.
I would take her to the pediatrician just to be safe. When my daughter was like this she gave us this powder stuff I think it was called PEG3350 or something like that and it is a white gradual kind of like a laxative but it isn't habit forming and it gets things moving.
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