Answer: Infants older than eight weeks often go 4 or 5 days without a dirty diaper, and it doesn't mean they are constipated. Breastfed babies, especially if they have not started solid foods, can easily go two weeks without a poopy diaper once they are 2-3 months old.
Hi, Newborns can have tiny, frequent poops. But, if you notice your newborn isn't going at least once a day, or he's pooping more often than he's feeding, call your doctor. Formula-fed babies go about once a day, but this may be different for each child.
Gripe water is a completely natural mixture of herbs, that are known to settle an upset stomach.
When a breastfed baby has a bowel movement after nearly every feeding during the first few weeks, it's a good sign – it means he's getting plenty of milk. Formula-fed babies often have bowel movements less frequently than breastfed babies. But it's normal for them to poop after every feeding as well