Baby’s Normal Stool Color?
at nightrnMy child is 2 months old, but he is no longer breastfeeding. But already breastfeeding formula. How is the normal chapter when breastfeeding formula? Please explain?
Hi Durian. In general, the difference between breastfeeding with breast milk and consuming formula milk is from the color and consistency where in consistency, babies who consume breast milk have softer stools than those who consume formula milk. Those who consume formula milk are usually said to be similar in consistency to peanut butter. Meanwhile, in terms of color, those who consume breast milk usually have yellowish, greenish, or brownish stools. Those who consume formula milk are usually yellowish or brownish in color
Consult further for more information on this matter. Actually, it will be more beneficial for mothers and children to exclusively breastfeed which is good for building mother-child relationships and the nutritional content of breast milk is more in line with the child's needs. Hopefully helpful, and thank you. Regards, Dr Alyssa