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Question: My baby passing green colour poop what is the reason for green poop

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Answer: 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 can also be reason of green stool.
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Question: What is the reason for green colour poop
Answer: Dear green poop could be due to cold or stomach infection or teething. If it has been more than 2 days since green poop has been happening then please see a doctor immediately. Hope it helps.
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Question: My 3mnth baby passing green colour stool.any prblm?what is the reason for that
Answer: Hello dear This is normal don't worry.Consistently green stools in the breastfed baby can indicate that it is an imbalance of foremilk the low-calorie milk that comes first in a feeding – and not enough hindmilk, the good higher-fat stuff often resulting in frothy green stools. a sensitivity to something in the mother's diet, such as cow's milk products.
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Question: My baby is passing green color poop..What is the reason...? Is this normal?
Answer: 1) It can be bcoz --- if you giving formula, the high iron content in formula causes green poop 2) As the baby is now putting his/ her hands everywhr and the same in his mouth, chances of germs entering , and hence stomach infection..( not worrisome though unless n until its watery n frothy) Still consult paediac for assurance..A Stool test may be done.. 3) Just check if your baby has cold or cough because the mucus too causes poop to go green... 4) You eating spinach or coriander or such food doesnt affect your babys poop..!! Take care...
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