Answer: Hello dear
This is normal don't worry. Breastfed babies pass green poop if their moms eat a lot of leafy greens, purple or blue-colored food, and certain medicines. Mucus, stomach bug, and an imbalance in the foremilk the low-calorie milk that comes first in a feeding – and not enough hindmilk, the good higher-fat stuff can also cause green stool.
Answer: Very normal. Poop colour changes when the baby is trying to achieve a milestone. Continue breast feeding the baby
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Question: My baby poop green in colour from olmost 1month... He is totally in FM...is it normal
Answer: no pblm. formula fed baby have greenish yellow poop
Question: My baby poop is green colour is it normal
Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help.
If stool has visible mucus or green in color it can be a sign of bacterial infections. It also happens if the baby is on more of formula milk. You can consult your pediatrician, so that the doctor would be able to treat this. Not to worry, your baby would be fine.
Question: Today my baby poop is green colour ... is it normal?
Green poop is often a result of imbalance in hindmilk and foremilk as long as your baby is content and gaining weight there is no reason to bother
The watery milk that comes in first from your breast is called as foremilk it is rich in lactose and nutrients but low on calories while the hind milk comes down approximately 5-10 min later and is thicker and creamier comparatively
And rich in fats that help baby gain weight
Excess of foremilk which is lactose results in green poop in babies
The solution to this would be ensure your baby empties one breast before moving on to the other
At times a overflow of milk may also cause green poop