5 months old baby

Question: My baby is on exclusively breastfed and passing watery or pasty type stool similar to diarrhea in addition to this he is passing stool after every feed . Is it normal?

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Answer: As long as you're exclusively breastfeeding, anything with the baby is normal. Passing stool depends on how the baby's digestive system is developing. There's nothing to worry.
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