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(In English: Constipation)

A veces, la materia fecal (eso que se encuentra dentro de los intestinos y llamamos “caca”) puede ser dura y seca. Sí, esto es bastante asqueroso, pero no es bueno que te ocurra con frecuencia. Una manera de combatir la constipación es comer más fibras (presentes en las frutas, las verduras y otros alimentos), así como tomar más agua y jugos. Debes avisarles a tus padres si tu materia fecal es dura y seca, si te cuesta evacuarla o si no tienes evacuaciones a menudo. Tus padres pueden llevarte al médico para que te ayude.


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Summer 2014: Good Growing Newsletter

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