VERY solid poo's - any foods that will help?

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  1. CARNAT22

    CARNAT22 Well-Known Member

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    They really hurt him, poor little mite!

    I need to get more water into him but any foods that could help??

    I didn't even think he was eating that much but it's been ages since he's had a "milk" poo. It's solid now but the past few have been like bricks...

    It makes me so upset to see him like that (he is fine before and after, it's just getting it out that hurts him)

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    I think avoid bananas as they tend to have that effect. Water is the best but i know some advise diluted oj

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  3. SunnySue

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    Diluted orange juice normally helps x
     
  4. CARNAT22

    CARNAT22 Well-Known Member

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    He doesn't really like banana's! He is still mainly on milk as well??

    Someone one the BLW suggested diluted prune juice, I am not sure though.

    I have some pouches with prune in them though - will that help?

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  5. Little_angel

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    I would say anything with prune in is worth a go, Nat.

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  6. MrsT2011

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    Would he drink a fruit smoothy? Does the trick for B x
     
  7. Lynds77

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    Butter nut squash does it for freya! I make her chicken with squash and sweet potato and she loves it but my god the nappies the next day

    Also try giving him porridge made with water. Sneaky way of getting fluid in them x
     
  8. CARNAT22

    CARNAT22 Well-Known Member

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    He'd had a nice loose poo this morning, thankfully!

    I have been literally pouring water down his throat (using his doidy cup). Luckily he finds it hilarious.

    He used to be great with water but now he refuses it in any guise!

    He doesn't like porridge Lynds....

    I am going to make sure I get a bit down him every day though

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  9. ceebee

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    Harry had a really solid poo today and he ate quite a bit of banana yesterday - interesting to know it could be that! xxx
     

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