The 3-year-old male Bao did not urinate for most of the day, and his lower abdomen was distended and crying. When his father carried him into the consulting room, the baby twisted and blushed and sweated. His bladder was swollen to the level of his belly button. He looked really uncomfortable. For other abnormalities, the child can’t make the urine bad. Ask carefully if the baby has a dry bowel movement before. It should be because the feces can’t come out. An open plug was exposed and then discharged dry stool. The urine also changed. The rush came out. Babies with dry bowel movements should pay attention to the weight of the diet, and develop the habit of defecation on time every day for lifelong benefits!  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .