Greenish-black Baby Poop At 2 Months Of Age?
My baby is used to the consumption of milk at the beginning of the age 2 months more how to cope with these few days of blackish green baby poop
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according to the situation of your baby having used formula milk, it is important to tell whether your baby does not consume breast milk at all or breastmilk consumption is intermittent with formula milk which is likely to be caused by mother's milk that cannot come out at all or milk production that is less afraid of being insufficient nutritional intake for babies. this needs to be known because it remembers the great importance and benefits of breast milk for babies. but outside of that, please note some of the possibilities that are the cause of poop / BAB baby turn greenish black are:
consumption of formula milk. when babies 0-6 months of consuming formula milk usually causes the chapter will color greenish / blackish green. this happens can be due to the long process of absorption of breast milk and the removal of residual substances in the digestive tract. if the formula is too long in the channel of digestion can cause the stool color change to be as complained. gastrointestinal infections. infections usually occur due to viruses or bacteria that may be caused by the source of intake / consumption of the baby as well as formula milk. if formula milk is not properly paid attention to in its manufacture such as its milk, water to brew its milk, its storage, or other things. this is often the main source of infection in infants and symptoms will appear diarrhea, nausea and / without vomiting, the color of the stool turns black and greenish, fussy / weak. allergic to formula milk. if the baby has an allergy to formula milk, the body's response / symptoms that arise each baby is different. symptoms can usually occur in the form of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, discolored chapters, or reddish rashes on the baby's body. this allergic process can be immediate, it can also show a long / slow reaction. to ensure the condition of your baby, my advice is that you should check your baby with a pediatrician so that you can do a physical examination, fecal / fecal examination, allergy tests, blood tests or other tests that support so that you can know the cause of your baby's complaints with certainty and get treatment right. the thing you need to be aware of and immediately bring your baby to the doctor is if the baby has a fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and signs of dehydration to weakness. and you also need to pay attention to be able to prevent and overcome this situation at home while the time is giving milk to infants 0-6 months should be in accordance with nutritional intake needs and better consulted with a doctor or nutritionist, when the baby gets formula milk need to remember that breast milk is the best source of intake for infants unless breastfeeding cannot come out at all, when making / brewing formula milk it is very important to pay attention to the cleanliness and sterilization of the milk bottles used by infants.
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