Process of Elimination
“We know that on Thursdays after Stephenie’s been here Greta always naps and poops.”
There are some things I am known for. Some are less glamorous than others, but that does not make them any less important. A toddler who is no longer constipated is a much happier child, who in turn has a happier family.
Bowel problems occur in up to 62% of individuals with spinal cord injuries1, it took longer than usual for food to enter at the mouth and reach the rectum as waste in 61% of children with spina bifida studied 2, and the incidence of chronic constipation in individuals with cerebral palsy is estimated to be around 74% 3. Read more