Colon problems in toddlers

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He also had some problems with his colon too. Today the diarrhea has stopped but he still dosen't eat much by mouth. He also tends to lay alot. He has a g-tube but can only handle 3oz of pedisure then he throws up. So almost all of his food source comes from a bottle which is pedisure.If you think you know what could be going on please help. You can also go to caringbridges.org then click on visit and enter matthewdugas (no space) to see a full list of all his blood levels and other problems.
You may have caused a tear in your anus from straining so much....causing the bleeding, this even happens in infants and toddlers a lot. It will heal on it's own. Keep your doctor's appt. and I'm sure he will recommend what I have, or recommend a stool softener such as Colace. I honestly feel it's nothing serious, so try to relax. I hope this has helped and wish you all the best!
My 3 1/2 yrs. old Grandson has been having bowel problems from about the age of 1yrs.old. As an infant everything was normal. There were no health issues and he was a cheerful baby. At 1yr. he started to have Diarrhea every day. He was not breast fed ( just in case you asked). The first week we chalked it up to a bug of some kind, but then we made a Doctor appt. for the first of the next week.
Statistically, you have a better chance of being struck by lightening than having colon cancer at that age. Does anyone in your immediate family have colon cancer or a history of it? If not, you are even less likely to have it. Now, for a breakdown on what your issue probably is. If you google abdominal anatomy, you will see how the colon bends in the upper left quadrant. This area poses a problem for alot of people.
My mom had something similar and went in to have it removed. She has a tiny scar, but is glad it is gone. I don't know what caused it. Her procedure was outpatient, so she went home the same day.
Reactive Attachment Disorders stem from problems in the parent/child relationship in the earliest years. When infants and toddlers should be learning that their needs can be met by the people they are dependent upon, they learn instead that it's not safe to trust others - that to be dependent on others is not worthwhile. Kevin Kennedy, Ph.D" . Shipping feral children to Russia is not an option for most folks.
I've had same problems in my fingers with pain whilst sometimes just sitting on sofa. Over past few weeks I've has 4 and today a major one in my hand (palm) went with lots of pain and major swelling. I was so shocked I came onto the net. I feel reassured though that this is nothing to worry about.
IT WAS METIONED TO BE THAT THEIR COULD BE EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS WHEN OLDER CHILDREN STILL SOIL IN THEIR PANTS. WHAT EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS COULD THAT BE? PLEASE SOMEBODY HELP ME FIGURE THIS OUT! This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/277611'>My 8 year old pees the bed and poops his pants constantly! Help!</a>.
I have recently experienced mild symptoms of GERD. In addition I seem to have a spot in my esophagus where it feels like some of what I swallow gets caught. Swallowing gulps of water will wash it down but otherwise it stays stuck and become very irritating. Is this characteristic of GERD or is it something else? I have been told I may have something called a zanker. The spot feels like it is at the bottom of my larynx. I am 58 years old and in good health otherwise. Thanks.
Remember, if you get tested you will know what you DON`T have, and your doctor will have a clue to go in a different direction. Thyroid problems rarely heal themselves.Hope you get some relief!
I lost my Mom in an automobile accident in 1994. I was 20 and she was 42. I was living in LA at the time and the rest of my family including my Mom lived here in Minnesota. My sister called at 5:30am crying saying there's been an accident and Mom didn't make it. I was in shock! I had just spoke to hear on the phone over an hour a couple of days prior to the accident. You know everyone deals with grief differently. I myself dealt with drug addiction years after that.
I have also had rectal menstrual bleeding so first I have to get a colonoscopy done to confirm that and then will have to have part of my colon removed if there is endometriosis in there. I also think my cervix is blocked with scar tissue, as the past two cycle I spotted (even less/almost no spotting this last cycle). So I have to have an HSG to check for that. After those are done it's decision time.
Children need space to stretch and roll around in their beds and if sharing a bed with others can restrict their mobility. They're like us, when we sleep in an uncomfortable bed, we start to ache. It's more critical to toddlers since they're growing. This is basically what this lady's doctor told her. Unfortunately, she was just some lady I met on a random occassion so I don't know how her son is now doing.
Just as Davedog, they found a cancer in the crohns infected part of my colon, It was just a mass of colon all wadded up, the bariatric surgeon said he didn't know how I was standing it. In the middle of all the infected colon they found a cancer. It was an incidental find and was so new and not spread that I didn't have to have further treatment. I went to the oncologist every 3 months for a couple of years, now every 6 months and later 1 time a year for life.
The 2nd friend is currently in her second year of fighting stage four melanoma and her chances of beating it are very low. She is a mother as well of a four year old little girl. I found a lump in my throat in June of this year. Of course after my friends diagnosis, I freaked and was sure I had cancer. It turned out my thyroid was enlarged and I had two large nodules in it.
i think what you're experiencing is perfectly natural. you've had more than your fair share of problems in the past several years! talk to your doctor. i would think there isn't much he hasn't seen or heard.
I am not sure if those STRONG colon cleaners they give work or not but it totally cleans your colon (I guess pin worms can still be stuck to the colon wall but I am not sure) I just wish they would go up in there and remove and clean my colon. I mean at first the pin worms were soooo bad... I was itchy all the time! NOW I am not at all itchy at night... But I still see them in my stools, not everyday but every few days... I have heard they are a pain to get rid of.
An x-ray on Tuesday revealed a large amount of waste in hi colon and we are meeting a Pediatric GI specialist tomorrow and thanks to this message board I feel I have a lot more information to bring to the table. I know that there is nothing wrong with inside of him. I am hoping they will want to do a cleanse so we can start from scratch. So to speak. I feel so much relief thank you all!
I really do feel for you, there is a hell of a lot going on there for you to contend with, but it sounds like you are aware of what is contributing to the problems. The PH test is only to measure the acidity levels in the esophagus, in preparation for Fundoplication surgery,but for me it does not address the underlying problem, the issue is whether you have low acidity levels in your stomach.
Is there a specialist that anyone would recommend, some pediatrition that specializes in behavior problems with Down children? I have read the previous posts and they sound encouraging. Maybe this is a stage, I think that alone would give them hope.
She nurses a little during the day still but mostly at night because she sleeps in the same bed with me. She uses it to go back to sleep when she wakes up and to fall asleep in the first place. I don't think that it is the chicken anymore because it seems like that would keep her sick all day and not just at night. Thanks for any help you can give.
I'm a lot older than you, but I wonder if the pain could be shoulder related. I'm athletic too, and have had rotator cuff problems in my shoulder, which I definitely feel also in my upper chest and armpit. Also I tend to strain my pectoral muscles (under the breast) when lifting things or doing weight training--pain feels in the breast but isn't. Hope this helps.
so he had a hidden intestinal block and all of this rapid cleansing literally dumped so many toxins in his body he died,in spite of them trying to remove his colon surgically once they discovered that was the problem...he was 32.And he is dead. 32 man....no one is invincible to the hidden dangers of these drugs we take so freely. I think that is what is finally hitting me...that you can and will die if you use hydro long enough...will you OD?
A new hormone specialist had changed my script for progesterone from a cream to an oral product and it was then that I started having problems. This doctor suggested that this was all in my head and that raising my level of progesterone, and changing from an oral bioidentical back to a cream bioidentical was not going to help. Luckily, I listened to my instinct...
I am Andi/Andrea, been married for 7 years to John. We have three boys, Jonathan (Bub) is 5, will be 6 in Dec. Tristan (T) turned three in May, and Clayton (CJ) will be 1 on October 28th. We bought our first home in March and have been making changes like crazy! I have three degrees, one in nursing, one in early childhood education, and one was a paralegal certification in TX, I live in Washington, just north of our states capitol of Olympia. I am a SAHM and my oldest starts school tomorrow!!
I have absolutely no energy, am extremely depressed, feel like every bone in my body is broken and I don't feel like I am getting better. From reading in this forum and other places on the internet, it sounds pretty bleak, like it could go on for weeks and weeks! Is there anything else that I can do??? THIS *****! My pain is back (I had 2 disc fusions, a shoulder surgery and a broken leg) but I will never go back on opiods so help me God.
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latter in life around 31 years. i started having problems with circulation in my legs. i started getting sick more often. i started getting even more tired than usual. i started having heart palpations. it is hard to keep a job when you are sick all the time. i am a single parent and don't know how in the world i will support my children if i can't work. now I'm 33, i have had pneumonia for 4 weeks and still have not gotten better.
My situation is now that I have severe itching in my ears, maddening high pitched white noise filling my head and feel like i've stepped off a roundabout every once in a while. I also have problems now with changes with changes in altitude and lifts. In my experience I would recommend the following: 1. Avoid vaseline as it dries out the ears and makes them worse. 2. Avoid sticking anything in your ear to scratch and pick.
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