Question: My baby passes green stool with Ragi in it. Is it normal ?
Answer: Green poos are usually a sign that your baby isn't feeding well. If he can't digest, there will be more gas and water than usual in his gut. This will give him cramping pains and runnier, green (often explosive) poos.
Follow the 3 day wait or test rule. When you introduce ragi, do not introduce any other new food for the next 3 to 4 days. This helps to analyse well whether it is suitable to your baby or not. If you find any rashes, indigestion, consistent hiccups, restlessness, colic or diarrhea stop the porridge immediately and seek doctor's help. Most babies are fine with ragi if proper care is taken while preparing flour and making porridge.