On the other hand, sometimes mucousy poop is just the product of a teething baby who is drooling more (and swallowing that drool). If you are concerned, or baby is showing signs of illness, talk to your pediatrician.
This baby poop color usually means there is some digestive distress. One reason for green poop is a foremilk/hindmilk imbalance. That means baby is not getting enough of the rich creamy milk at the end of a feed and, consequently, getting too much of the liquidy foremilk that is higher in lactose and lower in fat. This usually happens if you have a fast letdown or oversupply. In most cases, it eventually normalizes. Making sure baby finishes one side before offering the other can help fix this problem.
My two werk old lil boy has recently had a frothy poop. Im a first time mommy and im exclusively breastfeeding. He has had formula a couple of times but thats only when i eat something spicy and it hurts his tummy or he is away from me and i havent pumped.. He has also started spitting up and the spit up looks like clabored milk is that normal
My baby is 2mo old and he is pooping every time he eats half of a 5oz bottle and his lol bottom is red he has pooped so much.. but when his poops it usually about the size of a half dollar and smell awful and is yellowish green . But he is drooling alot too and I just switched his milk from the yellow Enfamil to the purple can gentle ease cause he was throwing up the yellow kind. What do i think
Hi my son is almost 3 months old and he just had a grayish poop with a little bit of green to it.he also keeps spitting up almost all his formula when he eats. I heard grey poop can be a liver problem. But this is the first time it happened. He got his vacs a week ago. Any info you can give mePlease and thank you
My daughters poop is the same way. I tried all the different gerber formulas and the Doc says its normal but when i tried her on Similac it changed to the normal yellow colour no grey. I think its something to do with Gerber
So glad to read this. My LO is 10 weeks old and started to cut her first tooth at 2 months! She definitely has a yoghurt smell when it comes to diapers. And she has been pooping every other day: HUGE frothy poos. Poor thing is drooling like a great dane. Her new nickname is druly scumptious.Thanks for the great info!
To get the baby to poop more often, try removing dairy, and working on your gut a little. Mothers whose babies poop less often than normal need a few dietary adjustments to improve their microbiomes. Probiotics and prebiotic fiber from foods will help too.
Hello. My son is turning 3 months in one week and he has been really constipated for a while. We have tried switching hks formula like 3 times. The Enfamil soy seemed to be helping but rec3ntlyHis poops are long, dry and stiff it kind of looks like grown up poop.
Or could it possibly by an allergic reaction to the brand of diaper or any ointment being used Some of the diapers are scented. You might consider swapping brand of diaper or ointment and see what happens.
Hi my son is 23 months and his poop is life got yellow sticky with white curd type of small bits in it.. his appetite is gone down too.. can you please help me .. its5 days now.. m very much worried.. but he is active
Hey mama natural..I have a 4 weeks old baby boy who poops after every feed..he has been on mixed feeding from the start..sometimes poops are even more than 10 times a day..some days they are so runny tht they come out of the diapers..n poops are usually explosive..I am worried n waiting for ur reply..he is gaining weight but I feel he is still pretty weak..he was born 2.9kg n at 3 weeks he was 3.5 with clothes on..help needed
Hi!My daughteris turning 7 weeks.She is breastfeeding normally.But sometimes she poops in a day 6or 7 times. Is it normal for her Sometimes she passes urine 9 or 10 times in a day. Is it also normal for her pls help me to know the right thing.
I have a question. For the last few weeks my almost three month old son has even passing squirty army greenish poops. They seem to be on the liquidy side and are creamy. His BMs happen from 2-3 times per day to once every few days. He seems to be happy in between feeds. Is this poop colour/consistency normal
Find out how many cloth diapers to buy, what things you need and what you can skip, and how much money reusable diapers will save you! This is the no fluff guide to cloth diapers for new parents, by a mom!
Most come with snaps, and they are often referred to as One Size Diapers, because you can adjust to use them at all sizes, from about 10 lbs and onward. They are very easy but can get expensive costing $20+ per diaper.
Pocket diapers are somewhere between the ease of all in ones, and the frugality and adjustability of prefolds. These seem to be the most popular option in the cloth diapering world. Prefolds may also be refered to as AI2, or all in two, referencing the two pieces they are made of: the cover and the inserts.
The number of diapers you buy will depend on how often you want to do laundry. For the newborn stage, I think around 36-48 is good, since it allows you to do laundry every third day. Click here for my complete, detailed recommendations!
For the newborn phase I suggest to get prefolds + covers since it lasts such a short time. We got 4 dozen prefolds and a few different covers, to make things easy. (Newborns easily go through 12-14 diapers a day).
Velcro, also called hook and loop, is more perfectly adjustable but it will wear out over time. For One Size Diapers I only recommend snaps! However, for newborns, having velcro makes things a little easier. Since you will use them for less time, newborn diapers is the only time getting velcro makes sense.
If you are looking for 100% natural materials for cloth diapers, then cotton inserts are the way to go. You will then want to use a wool diaper cover. Like the synthetic diaper covers, the wool covers can be used multiple times between washings.
Most diaper covers are made of some type of plastic. PUL, Polyurethane laminate, is a common type, but nylon, polyester and vinyl are also used. Most of the covers are functionally the same. They may have slight variations in feel.
As a reminder, once you start solids, poop needs to be dumped into the toilet. I use a bidet and it is quick and easy and the nice thing is that by the time you need to use the bidet, they poop a lot less often and it is not messy anymore. 153554b96e