1 months old baby

Question: Frothy watery yellow poop breastfed 5weeks baby, is it normal?

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Answer: Hi! If baby has cold, mucus will come out as foam. Just watch for if it continues to happen and if it is accompanied with other issues, is the baby breastfed? How many pee counts? is the baby otherwise active? *My new born had frothy poop for about 2 months..my paed once said its because their digestive system is not mature enough it ll be alright with time. *Body heat can aldo cause it, try to feel your lo's fontanelle and if it feels hot you can apply coconut oil and gently massage without applying much pressure. *If the baby is breastfed you can have yogurt and pass the benefit as breastmilk its safe. Hope this helps!
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