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Is thick green clay like poop normal for my 7 month old?

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Dr. Katharine Cox
Pediatrics - Emergency Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

As long as the stool contains no blood and has color it is fine.
All the best. It likely reflects his diet.

In brief: Yes

As long as the stool contains no blood and has color it is fine.
All the best. It likely reflects his diet.
Dr. Katharine Cox
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Dr. Stuart Janousky
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree

In brief: Green Bowel Movement

Green bowel movements are usually due to rapid transit times and bile therefore being present in the stool.
At this age it is most likely due to something the bay ate. I'm assuming you have started various solids. Red flags are bloody stools, black stools or lots of mucous.

In brief: Green Bowel Movement

Green bowel movements are usually due to rapid transit times and bile therefore being present in the stool.
At this age it is most likely due to something the bay ate. I'm assuming you have started various solids. Red flags are bloody stools, black stools or lots of mucous.
Dr. Stuart Janousky
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics

In brief: Yes

Infant stools can be any color from the greens through yellows to brown.
Consistency varies with the food ingested.

In brief: Yes

Infant stools can be any color from the greens through yellows to brown.
Consistency varies with the food ingested.
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