How to use Bowel-movements in a sentence

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  • Whereas multiple bowel movements a day are normal for many breastfed infants, formula babies may expel less often.

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  • Breastfed babies generally have more daily bowel movements than formula fed babies, but don't be surprised if your baby poops several times one day and then not at all the next no matter what type of milk she is eating.

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  • In the first few weeks after a baby is born, breastfed babies usually have several bowel movements a day.

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  • After those first few weeks have passed, however, you may worry because your baby's bowel movements are only occurring every few days.

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  • A child that is resistant to potty training typically continues to soil herself or continues to hold her bowel movements until she becomes constipated.

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  • However, babies who experience frequent bowel movements are also the most likely to obtain severe diaper rashes from inefficient cleansings.

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  • Is he drinking any water, and is he still having bowel movements and urinating?

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  • These segments hold the eggs and are expelled with the cat's bowel movements.

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  • Has your dog eaten regular meals since she swallowed the chicken bone, and has she had at least two normal bowel movements in the week since the incident occurred?

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  • Her eating and bowel movements have been pretty normal.

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  • It involves taking samples from three consecutive bowel movements.

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  • He revealed that playing the game to the detriment of all else even caused his bowel movements to become "weekly poos."

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  • Mothers can tell if the baby is getting enough milk by checking diapers; a baby who is wetting between four to six disposable diapers (six to eight cloth) and who has three or four bowel movements in 24 hours is getting enough milk.

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  • Laxatives are products that promote bowel movements.

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  • Oral rehydration therapy (drinking enough fluids to replace those lost through bowel movements and vomiting) is the primary aim of the treatment.

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  • In this way, true diarrhea is distinguished from diseases that cause only an increase in the number of bowel movements (hyperdefecation) or incontinence (involuntary loss of bowel contents).

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  • The number of bowel movements can vary-up to 20 or more per day.

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  • A physician or other healthcare provider should be contacted when the number of bowel movements exceeds three per day for 2 days or more or when fecal material contains blood.

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  • Constipation is an acute or chronic condition in which bowel movements occur less often than usual or consist of hard, dry stools that are painful or difficult to pass.

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  • Constipation is also referred to as irregularity of bowels or lack of regular bowel movements.

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  • Once constipation has developed and bowel movements become painful or more difficult, the child will attempt to go even less often, and the constipation will worsen.

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  • Constipation in children often occurs when they hold back bowel movements for various reasons, such as when they are not ready for toilet training or are afraid of toilet training.

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  • A child who is constipated may feel bloated, have a headache, swollen abdomen, or pass rock-like feces; or strain, bleed, or feel pain during bowel movements.

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  • This needleless form of acupuncture is said to relax the abdomen, ease discomfort, and stimulate regular bowel movements when diet and exercise fail to do so.

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  • Sitting on the toilet for 10 minutes at the same time every day, preferably after a meal, can induce regular bowel movements.

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  • Constipation-Difficult bowel movements caused by the infrequent production of hard stools.

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  • Some children achieve some control over bladder and/or bowel movements as early as nine months of age and are able to cooperate in controlling themselves to some degree by the age of 12 to 15 months.

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  • Lastly, the child will begin to show signs of being able to delay urination or bowel movements such as waking from sleep still dry or refraining from urinating or defecating for longer periods of time while not wearing a diaper.

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  • In some cases a child may resist all toilet training efforts from the parents, some going so far as to resist sitting on the potty or even holding back bowel movements.

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  • Patients should be aware that bismuth turns bowel movements black.

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  • Patients are hypermetabolic, lose weight, are nervous, have muscular weakness and fatigue, sweat more, and have increased urination and bowel movements.

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  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common gastrointestinal condition characterized by abdominal pain and cramps; changes in bowel movements (diarrhea, constipation, or both); gassiness; bloating; nausea; and other symptoms.

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  • Despite the constipation, these children actually do have regular, though soft, bowel movements that they are unable to control.

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  • When a child is learning appropriate toilet habits during toddlerhood and preschool years, involuntary or inappropriate bowel movements are common.

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  • Before beginning treatment for encopresis, the pediatrician first looks for any physical cause for the inappropriate bowel movements.

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  • The body may tend to have more bowel movements as it prepares for labor and delivery.

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  • Painful Bowel Movements or Urination - For women who have endometriosis involving the small or large intestine, bowel movements can become painful.

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  • Constipation, which clinicians usually define as having less than three bowel movements a week, can be uncomfortable, and at times, dangerous.

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  • Even though the aforementioned steps to avoid constipation may be followed diligently by parents, there are some kids who simply seem to have a propensity toward having problems with bowel movements.

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  • You don't want to ignore constipation because it can lead to more serious conditions, and also because you certainly don't want your child to develop the association of bowel movements and pain, which can lead to future potty anxiety.

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  • Sometimes it is difficult to tell if your child is avoiding bowel movements because of the pain of constipation, or if your child is instead suppressing the need to pass a bowel movement because of some other reason.

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  • This diet is tough on the digestive system and you will see a big increase in bowel movements during the cleanse, which is really what this "diet" was intended to be.

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