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Green Nappies In Breastfed Baby
3 month old breastfed baby ate a lot, then was being very fussy then had green very smelly poop. What could cause this?
Common: The list of causes for fussiness is endless, but pretty common for young infants.Stool color is defined by pigments added by the liver, which start out a dark green and change through lighter green/yellows and browns depending on how long it takes to move through digestion and how the germs act on it. The scenario is not uncommon or worrisome. ...Read more
My 2 month old breastfed baby is pooping olive green liquid. It is the consitency of water and he poops 6-10 times a day. What could be wrong?
2.5 week old breastfed baby had normal mustardy poops but now has green, mucus poop. He is perfectly fine otherwise. Is this normal?
I think I have a stomach bug my poop is green and I'm pooping a lot can that change the color/texture of my 4month old breastfed baby poop?
Stomach virus: Is your stool watery? The color is not very important, your 4 mos old baby can get diarrhea if he catches the virus from you, so make sure you wash your hands before taking care of your baby & use hand sanitizer, lysol surfaces particularly in the bathroom. Feel & enjoy your baby. Good luck. ...Read more
Every baby differs: Frequency of breast feeding depends on age and weight of the baby, as well as quality ; quantity of milk with each feeding. Most babies who weigh about 12 pounds will be able to sleep 6 hours at night, but then will often cluster feed during the day to compensate. Some babies fast and stop after 1 side, and only get a 1/2 feeding. Limit side 1 to 10 min, then switch. Mom needs fluids ; rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why ever????: If you are interested in transitioning baby to solids, they should get the "tutoring" of using their mouth & tongue a different way. It should not be put in a bottle of breast milk. A paste or puree of the material should be offered off a spoon. If baby is not interested, there is no harm in waiting until s/he is. Six months is the time most have lost their tongue thrust & feed easily. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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