How Many Times A Day Does A Normal 3-month-old Baby Pass?
Good morning, I have a 3 month old baby. My baby consumed Sufor, at first my baby defecated once a day. After replacing with other brands of Sufor, my baby is more likely to defecate 4-5 times a day. Do you think that’s a problem? I am in a dilemma, do you want to change to the previous Sufor or continue with the current Sufor? Please help answer yes.
The frequency of bowel movements for babies of 3 months normally ranges from 5-8 times / day even though they do not defecate for 3-5 days it is still said to be normal as long as the child looks healthy, remains active, and the chapter is not hard or bleeding. BAB babies who are given breast milk usually look soft golden to brownish yellow. Breast milk is the best intake for infants, especially exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months, but some conditions can cause breast milk can not be given so that formula milk can be given as a substitute. In infants who are given formula milk that is not suitable for certain brands will appear a dark green BAB. Therefore, in addition to how much frequency BAB should be noted also the color and appearance of your child's BAB. Some of the symptoms that you should look for when giving formula milk to your child include:
CHAPTER frequency becomes more frequent than normal CHAPTER color becomes abnormal Baby becomes more fussy and restless Baby looks thirsty or does not want to drink Vomiting To ensure your baby's current condition, it is better for you to consult a doctor or pediatrician first. The doctor will assess the condition of your baby directly so that it can provide the best choice in giving future intake.
What you can do:
Stop giving formula milk if symptoms are found as above Maintain hygiene and cleanliness of baby drinking equipment Give breast milk or formula after the baby's fluid needs per day Hopefully useful