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How Many Times Should My 8 Weeks Baby Poop A Day
5 weeks baby crying non stop, no bowel movement in 2 days what should I do have changed bottles, formulas, added karo syprup, warmed bottles mycon drops
My 6 weeks baby have constipation since she was 3 weeks, she will spend 1week without making stool,nothing work except glycerin sp, on breast feeding?
Breast fed kids: Breast fed infants can stool a little every feed or overflow a diaper once a week. If it is soft when they go it is not constipation. If stools are getting hard, i often try full strength prune juice, 1oz once or more/d.Takes about 3d to get things moving. Solids like applesauce, rice cereal or bananas often slow things down & constipate a baby. Peaces, pears, & barley are less constipating. ...Read more
Depends: P.S. All babies tend to strain rather dramatically with stools at some point, probably because their brain is working hard to coordinate their intestinal muscles (which are still weak) and nerves. Plus they are laying flat most of the time, so they don't have help from gravity. As long as their stools are soft, the crying, pulling up of legs, turning red is normal and won't last forever. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Multiple: Some depends on whether the baby is breast fed or bottle fed but most babies stool 1 to 7or 8 times per day. Some can even skip several days> most important is the consistency not the frequency. Babies should have soft to watery stools not hard little balls of stool. ...Read more
3 - 4: A young breastfed baby usually poops after every feeding or after every-other feeding (averaging 3-4 poops a day). As the weeks go by, babies tend to poop less often, some twice a day while others once every-other day. As long as a baby is normal in eating, growth, and development; and does not have constipation, bloating, or tummy aches; then the number of poops per day is not very important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby 6 months & 1 week, started her solid puree recently (e.G., rice, sweet potatoes & carrot), she poop 4-5 times a day, is that normal?
Yes it is normal: It is not unusual for 6months old babies to poop4to5 times a day as long as stools are formed and not watery and baby is not irritable. ...Read more
I am 18 weeks pregnant with baby 2 and I have been pooping 5-10 times a day. I did this up to my first's preterm delivery(28 wks). Is this normal?
Hi, My baby is now 1 year old and poops after every meal/drink (almost 5 times a day) the consistency of the poo is normal. Is it normal?
Can be: There is a basic process called the gastrocolic reflex.It is a wave of stimulation that sends a "move on" message to our gut after we take a volume of material into our stomach.The reflex may or may not trigger an emptying, but it is part of normal digestive action. You possibly reduce the frequency of emptying by adding some cereals or bananas to the diet.Plums/prunes/apple juice give more stools ...Read more
My baby is 6 month plus.his poop colour is changing each time and doing poo 4-6 times a day from last 3 days. Is it normal?
Very normal: Babies poop can be all different colors such as green, yellow, brown. The only bad color is red as if there is blood in it. ...Read more
Depends on situation: A newborn must first pass the dark sticky meconium stool ; this starts day one or is abnormal.Once it clears, if baby is breast fed they may stool a little smear every feeding or one big crib full once a week. Breast milk is so well digested that it may not leave much behind for poo. If it is soft, the frequency of stooling is not important.Formula babies go more often. ...Read more
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