There are at least two issues here. The first is that your daughter is still young and the second is that at some stage she passed a constipated stool which caused her lots of pain and possibly even some tearing of her anus.This has frightened her off passing stools. The vaginal pain she complains about is in fact pain in her anus when she passes a stool.You need to try to take the pressure off her a bit by giving her a break from looking and waiting for her to pass a stool and should stop using enemas. Only use a paediatric glycerine suppository if you think she has gone too long without passing a stool.Her diet seems to be be very good. Duphalac liquid is a safe stool softener but you are giving her too low a dose; the correct dose is 5ml twice daily. If she does not improve it is important for a paediatrician to check her to be sure that she does not have an anal tear. This will need additional treatment.
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