Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My baby poop is dark green color. He is on breastmilk as well as formulamilk.
Answer: Green poop is normal in babies as it is the indication that baby is taking iron rich diet, as you're giving him formula which has iron that's why your baby's poop is green
Question: My baby food intake is very less
Answer: It is a very common thing for the toddlers do not have food and you will get to know this kind complain in every household who has a kid now I would suggest you to please do not get disappointed onwards it is just a face for the babies to refuse food and the intake is also reduced because your DP is learning a lot exploring from the surrounding and much more active than before so it is normal please encourage the baby to self feed the moments the baby Learns to self eat it will be easier for you and for the baby as well and include the baby to the family means and other than that please keep introducing a lot of variety with texture and offered whatever me that you have as a family.
Question: my baby poops like green color and liquid type 4 times per day...is it safe
Dis is normal. The potty color changes.The first thing u need to see is are u emptying your breasts wch results in fore and hind milk imbalance wch can cause indigestion in ur baby make sure u feed for 40 minutes. And the baby is 20 minutes on each breast. Time urself. If this is not happening empty ur breasts use a breast pump so u can give ur baby the complete nutrients and benefits from breast milk. Hope I helped
Question: My daughter poop is very hard n dry from one week...she is not passing our stool properly.. she cries n poops to a size of almond
Answer: If your baby is old enough to eat a variety of solid foods, cut down on constipating foods like rice, bananas, and cooked carrots.
Some Ways to Relieve Baby's Constipation-:
First of all and actually most important is to Increase Water Consumption. Whether your baby is breast or bottle fed, it's easy to assume she's getting enough water due to a primarily liquid diet.
Some other options are-:
1.) Offer Fruit Juice
2.) Feed High-Fiber Foods
3.) Give Your Baby “Bicycle Legs”
4.) Try a Different Brand of Formula
5.) Take Your Baby's Temperature
6.) Massage Her Tummy
7.) Give Him a Warm Bath
Bananas, rice cereal, carrots, and cheese are a mainstay of most infant diets--they also tend to have a binding effect on stool. Foods like apricots, pears, prunes, peaches, and plums are better choices to help avoid constipation.
Hope it helps.