2 months old baby

Question: Hi, My baby girl is 2months 10 days! And her stools are dark bottle green in color.. is it comon ? P.S - I am on lactation pills 'lactare' ! Is it because of that?

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Answer: Hello dear, this is normal don't worry.Consistently green stools in the breastfed baby can indicate that it is an imbalance of foremilk/hindmilk, often resulting in frothy green stools. a sensitivity to something in the mother's diet, such as cow's milk products.Teething can also bring about green stools due to increased saliva (can also cause tummy upset.
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    Soumya Vagale119 days ago

    Thank you so much ☺️

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