Similar Questions with Answers
Question: my baby is 2 month old n she is poooping 7 to 8 times in a day......n sometimes poop is in green colour......is it normal???
Answer: Hello dear this is normal don't worry.. Pooping 10 times is normal in breastfeeding or formula feed babies.. Consistently green stools in the breastfed baby can indicate: 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).. So first empty one breast and then start feeding the other side..
Question: my daughter is now 8month old she is doing green potty from 10days 4 to 5 times a day.
Answer: Do not worry.
It's normal if your baby is on formula feed.
Also note if your baby is constipated or applies too much pressure while doing potty.
If she cries duri during potty?
Check for stomach tightness and fever.
If there are no symptoms as such then its normal of your baby to go look up to 7 times a day of not worry.
Continue the breastfeed if you ate doing it and always let your baby finish drinking from one breast before offering her other side, as many a times babies don't get hindmilk and that also causes green stools.
Also drink 10-12 glasses of water to help your baby get good milk and nutrient ratio.
Hope it helps!
Question: my child is 4 month old.
but he doing 7-8 times potty in a day and colour is green.
What is the reason for this
Answer: Sister a breastfeeding baby can poop even upto 12 days daily so don't worry and
. Green poop of babies is due to imbalance of fore milk and hind milk , you should feed baby 15 minutes from each breast in order to avoid this imbalance. Moreover if you are taking any kind of iron supplements or you are giving any kind of iron drops to your baby even then your baby can poop in green color. and you are eating more of green leafy vegetable or any other green food even then you will baby can group in green colour . but if this these are not the cases then infection may be the reason of green colour poop.