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Question: How many times should a 6 months old baby urinate in a day?
Answer: Older babies are likely to pee less often since they both have larger bladders and eat solid foods. A urination frequency of 4-6 hours (or more often) is then normal.
At some point, your baby is going to start gaining some degree of bladder control, and then he or she is even more likely to urinate less often.
In very hot weather, a baby might pee less frequently, just like adults.
Question: how many times a 13days old baby should poop and urinate in a day?plz answer
Answer: Hii. 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.
Question: How many times a 9 month 15 days baby should urinate in a day?
Answer: Hi Dear!
If your 9.5 months baby is peeing for ateast 6 times in 24 hrs its fine it can be more than.that too but 6 is minimum....
Hope this helps!