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Question: Hi.. My 3 month old baby poo consistency is changed for past 2 days.. She is exclusively bm.. I'm worried

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Answer: My baby was doing the same I asked my baby's doctor. He said it's ok in babies The pattern of pooing vl change... doctor said not to worry if baby is passing urine properly. So don't worry If you are too much worried then consult doctor.
Answer: Don't worry it vl change again. Please check if baby is passing urine properly If yes then no prob If no then go to doctor. Baby is suffering from daheria.
Answer: She is passing urine as usual 10 to 15 times
Answer: Thank you Ms Dipika
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