4 months old baby

Question: My baby has tiny red spots in stool is it normal or should i consult doc???

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Answer: Hello dear. At 4 months potty should be like yellow paste. Tiny red spots is not normal. If it comes the second time as well then please consult doctor. Hope it helps.
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