Answer: Hi.. Breast fed/formula fed babies can easily go for two weeks without a poopy diaper once they are two to three months old. Breast milk/formula milk is exactly what your baby needs, and so there is a little waste product left for the baby to poop out. Do not worry, because breast fed babies never constipate.
Still, if you want apply little asafoetida mixed in luke warm water on the tummy of your baby, it will give the toddler some comfort.
Answer: Hello dear, Increase feeding quantity, try to feed every 2 hours. Give Your Baby “Bicycle Legs..movement should help to release some abdominal pressure....Try a Different Brand of Formula..If baby Take formula milk, which your baby may tolerate better....Massage Her Tummy..., if doesn't work, consult a paediatrician.
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Question: My baby stopped breast feeding ..she is refusing to take breast milk and is taking formula milk..plz help
Answer: Hi dear don't worry it's all about baby's mood . You keep on offering breast milk also. And avoid offering much formula milk. Drinking formula milk is easier than sucking breast that why your baby is refusing. Also make sure your milk supply is enough or not because baby can also refuse is supply is less.
Question: I'm feeding lactogen farmulla milk to my baby..she is not passing stool easily...she forces a lot. Even stool us very thick..plz. suggest me
Answer: Hello dear
Yes it is ok and nothing to worry in that as if ur baby is formula feeding baby then he can go without poop 2 to 3 days.
Remedies for regular motion :
1. Give Your Baby “Bicycle Legs”
2. Try a Different Brand of Formula
3. Massage Her Tummy
4. Give Him a Warm Bath.
Question: my one month old baby didn't poop from yesterday . what do I do to make her pass stool easily?
Answer: Newborn digestive system is very sensitive as it is still in developing stage. That's why it's common for them to have gas, constipation, stomach reflux etc.
When baby’s body is low on water then also constipation can occur or if there is any change in mother’s diet.
Make sure you are feeding your baby at every two hours. Whenever you feed your baby drunk a glass of water, this will keep you hydrated and in turn baby will be hydrated.
Include more of leafy vegetables and fibres in your diet. Eat food which is easy to digest. Avoid taking complex food as it might take long for then to be digested and can disturb your baby’s digestive system as well.
Don't feed baby anything other than bm/fm.
You can apply heeng water around her navel.
Massage her minimum twice a day. Around her navel make circles first anticlockwise then clockwise while pressing gently.
Give your baby tummy time (make her lie on her stomach), for 10-15mins in a day this will strengthen the muscles around her abdomen thus improving her digestive system.
Avoid giving any over the counter medicine or gripe water to your baby.