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bowel movement—when stool passes out of your child's body. Also called a “BM.”
diarrhea (dye-uh-REE-yuh)—passing loose, watery stools.
enema (EN-uh-muh)—a liquid put into a person's bottom to make him or her pass stool.
laxative (LAX-uh-tiv)—a medicine to make stools softer.
nausea (NAW-zha)—feeling like throwing up.
rectum—the last several inches of the large intestine, where stool is stored before passing out of the body.