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Passing stools for every feeding
Hi doctor, I m a mother of 3 months old baby. I m giving both bm&fm.   From yesterday my baby is passing gas and stool for every feeding while feeding itself (both bm&fm) in small quantity. She usually passes stools once in a day or once in 2 days. Now she is forcing herself to pass while feeding itself. Stool looks yellow colour, small quantity,not watery( semi solid) kind of seed like structure in it. kindly Advise, Thank you.
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no worries
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Child is on formula feed so it would be important to knw how child is been feeding and what is it's dilution. Why formula feed has been started on the first place.
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monitor urine output, perianal rashes and weight gain
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no milk in the world can replace breast feeding benefits, try to give more breast feed
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It normal
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Monitor urine output, blood in stool and dehydration
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Exclusive breastfeed for 6 months of age Don’t use bottle
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Its normal for babies to pass stool.aftervery feed.
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watch for urine output should be 6 to 8 times a day continue feeding
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Firstly passing minimal quantity is quite normal need not worry . Also flatulence that’s gas is normal in newborns No meds required at all As far as colour is concerned it’s normla
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If child passing large quantity please consult near by Pediatrician
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Continue to Breastfeeding child
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