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Question: My baby is 18 days, since 2 days he has not done potty, what to do
Answer: Hello dear. As the baby is completely on liquids it is ok if the baby doesn't poop for even 8 to 10 days. Still if u feel worried, better check with your paediatrician. Just make sure that the baby's pee count is 6+ and the baby takes enough feeds every 2 hrs.
Question: My baby is 15 days old n he has not done potty since 3 days wat should I do
Answer: Hllo dear ur baby s 15 days old dear if baby s on feed and don't take solid nd completely depend on feed and do poop 10 times in a 1 day or do 1 times in 10 day s completely normal nothing 2 worry about.its normal.try these remedies . Place your baby on his back in front of you. Lift up his legs and move them in a circular motion to mimic the motions of peddling a bicycle. The movement should help to release some abdominal pressure and get things going in the right direction.
With your baby on her back, place your hand on her belly button. Using a clockwise motion, massage your baby’s tummy in ever bigger circles. Follow your baby’s cues as to how much pressure to use. If she fusses or cries, you’re pressing too hard.give bf after 2 2 hours .
Question: my baby has nt done potty since yesterday wt we have to do please tell us
Answer: it's normal..agr baby 3-4 din mai b potty krta hh to thik hh...no worries
Question: Hi my baby is 54days old n he has not done poop since 2days any prb
Answer: There are no hard and fast rules. In the early months it will depend on whether you're breastfeeding or formula feeding your baby.
Breastfed babies who are not on solids may pass stool four times a day or more, or only once every six to seven days. All variations between these extremes is considered normal as long as the stools are soft and your baby is gaining enough weight.
Formula-fed babies normally need to poop every day to feel comfortable and avoid constipation.
Lots of babies strain and cry a bit when they poo, but it doesn't mean there's a problem. As long as your baby's stool is soft and easy to pass, there's no cause for concern.