Answer: Hi.. Dear you can have chicken, but in moderate quantity.. The breastfed infants consume varied range of proteins that depends upon the type of food ingested by the nursing mother.The variety of food eaten by the mother also causes changes in the colour of the poop.. Don't worry, it is normal, but don't eat too heavy meals..
Answer: There is no harm in eating chicken..
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1)Please increase your water consumption as it helps in bowel movement.
2)Have fibrous food which are easily digestible like green veggies, oats they have high fibre content.
3) Have isabgol every night, you can have pitted prunes, overnight soaked raisins too as theu work as natural laxative.
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