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Madison Mannarino
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5 months ago
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Helen Patrick
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3 months ago
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Additionally, here is a great (colorful) article about baby's poop. https://cluster.byheart.com/moments/posts/ISHshkDyTiJIH74VWtnK
5 months ago
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Hi! Wow, such a great question—we are always SO down to talk about baby poop! In terms of consistency, it can vary. There are a range of healthy consistencies when it comes to stools, as well as colors. Formula-fed babies tend to have firmer, more intact stools than breast-fed babies, but this also can vary depending on age! In general, you want baby’s poops to be soft—in fact, our formula was actually clinically proven for softer poops, compared to another formula! That being said, formula-fed babies generally poop about once per day, and can even go an extra day without pooping, without concern. Please reach out to your pediatrician if you are concerned.
5 months ago