Conditions with symptom: 'behavioural problems'
Hi I have had the same, stupidly I wasn't drinking enough, became dehydrated which caused constipation. When I went it was so hard due to lack of fluids & tore me. The fissure didn't go away like I thought it would. I then avoided going to the loo as long as possible as it hurt so much. The Dr gave me some internal cream & muscle relaxant... Awful I know but it really helped! Not completely healed but I've also not used it as much as I should. Don't suffer as it creates a behavioural problem cycle- you need to poo- you hold it in for fear of pain- the poo gets bigger- you cant hold on- you tense your muscles with fear- your bum tears further & your in more pain. Just see the Dr they didn't examine me I just told symptoms & was given cream... It really is that easy!
hi, my little boy has just turned 4 and still dribbles a lot, he also has problems with his speech especially pronouncing certain letters like L,R,C,K,Th,ch etc I am just wondering if these issues could be connected. I did take him the doctors regarding the 2 problems, I got prescribed antihistamines for his dribbling which did help it a little bit but it started again when the antihistamines finished.
Hi, I was wondering how things went or are going with your sons dribbling? His symptoms sound very like my sons who is almost 4. He has had his adenoids removed and it has made no difference. His speech isn't very clear, although I understand most of what he is saying but others can't.
Hi my 4 year old has had problems with his water works for nearly 2 months now, has been given 3 lots of antibiotics, but hasnt cleared it up. Ive been told that his foreskin is to tight and maybe the start of the problem, he goes to the toilet every 5 minutes and sometimes more often than that, its exhausting. Im so worried as Ikknow it can cause long term problems, his personality has changed to, hes not the happy little boy hes always been, which is understandable. Any advice wud be great. Doctors just fob me off with more antibiotics!
my baby has a small hole at the top of her bottom can this cause her any problems
hi i have two exactly in the same place i was wondering what it was too x
My son has the same thing. I was told that it is related to Spina Bifida. We do have Spina Bifida in the family. My doctor said that the only problem he could have is infection, if hair grows out of it. Once I was told this, I just checked the area was kept clean when he was a baby and have not worried about it since this advice. It has never bothered my son and he is now 31 and has not had any problems whatsoever.
yes, see your gp, dont panic as it coulb be a million other less serious problems.x
I had something like this when i was younger. i suppose about 4 or 5 years ago now. i never got it treated yet there have been absolutly no problems and from what i can see they seem to have gone. is this possible?
Yes, I guess this can be possible. your very lucky as this rarely happens to people but it isn't IMPOSSSIBLE.
Hi, My younger sister who is 11 has poo problems and she has a poo every week or so! Do not worry though as she went to the doctor and it is completely natural for children!
Hi Aiden. I'm sure that your problems are small and can be easily sorted out. Don't worry but if you have an infection you will need antibiotics. Be brave and go to a doctor to get it checked out. Let us know how you get on but don't ignore this OK.
hi, i have had the same problems i asked the people in the exam hall if one could stay by me and this helped because as soon as i started reading aloud he tapped me on the shoulder see if this helps you
Have you tried cutting gluten out of his diet? this sounds exactly like me...I had the same problems since I was a baby but was misdiagnosed as an eating disorder (they thought the nausea and inability to eat much was all in my head). Finally diagnosed coeliac at age 21 xxx
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