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We have a 2 month baby boy , and I think he have diarrhea he is doing poop after every sometime but it's not in a form of liquid , it's like semi liquid and just a bit every time so please tell us what to do, because we don't want him to take hospital in pandemic situation so please kindly help us
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What was birth weight and what is weight now? Is he on breast feeding? If he is growing adequately and hydration status is normal then passing multiple curd like stools in small quantities is normal. Continue exclusive breastfeeding. Provide further info and consult.
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kindly give a detail history  of  any associated  symptoms  and his general condition  and hydration status..  with such less history it's difficult  to answer..  you need to Atleast consult online  if you are not able to visit hospital.
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No need to go to hospital right now. What you are describing is absolutely normal. Babies on breast milk can pass 10-12 small quantity stool per day. If your baby is active feeding well passing urine normally and no vomiting then relax and enjoy your baby.
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That's completely normal for the age. Be rest assured.
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