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Palmyra, NE
A 17-year-old female asked:

My son cannot poop is there something blocking him from going its been a month and i've done everything don't have enough room to list help please?

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Dr. Maureen Mays
Specializes in Clinical Lipidology
Call pediatrician~!!: Call your son's doctor's office right away and talk to his doctor or to the doctor that is on-call for him. Explain everything going on and ask them what to do. If the baby doesn't have a doctor go the er and get help. While there, ask for social services, as all states have services to guarantee health care for young children. Don't be afraid to call the on call doctor and ask for help.
Dr. Maureen Mays
Specializes in Clinical Lipidology
Provided original answer
I didn't have room, but I want to add, when you call the on-call pediatrician, please let them know that you are a 17 year old mom yourself. You are doing a great job stepping up and taking care of a baby when you're not even a legal adult yourself and you deserve a lot of credit!! Many 17 year olds still see a pediatrician themselves~!! So, don't be afraid to ask for help. Also don't be afraid to tell people how old you are and to ask them to give you a tiny break - so that they realize you don't have quite as much experience as some other (older) moms out there. Keep up the hard work - it will be worth it.
Jul 14, 2013

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