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my 8 year old daughter, whom suffers from constipation, has been having 2-3 bowel movements a day for several days. bright green bm's. this morning aw?

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Dr. Omar Matuk-villazon
11 years experience Pediatrics
Bowel Patterns: The green color of the BM should not be a concern, that could be cause to whatever is on her diet (vegetables or either candies with colorant). Per the description I'll will consider this to be normal stool pattern. Take a look at the table attach, If your daughter stool is between 1 and 2 then increase fiber intake and talk to your doctor to add some medication regimen.
Answered on Oct 23, 2017
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