Is Pup Greenish Yellow 2-4 Times A Day In Infants 4 Months With Breast Milk Plus Milk Is Normal?
Hi. My child is 4 months old. The fruit is greenish yellow. Every day I can poop 2-4 times. At present my baby is breast milk plus milk. And baby bb riding is not according to KBM. So DSA recommends additional milk until my KB is used up to increase my baby’s bb. My baby was born weighing 4.1 kg in the first month 5 kg, in the second month 5.5 kg in the third month 5.8 kg. And in the 4th month it’s only 6kg. That is why my child is recommended for milk as a nutritional supplement. Is there any effect of formula milk on my baby? At present my baby drinks ASM and SGM Ananda 0-6 months
Hello Ruth, Thank you for the question.
CHAPTER patterns, BAB frequency, and color of baby's stools are things that are often a concern of parents because of changes in these things can be a sign of health problems in your baby. The frequency of a baby's BAB can vary from one another, usually the baby's BAB will be less than the BAB of a baby who consumes formula milk. Consumption of formula milk is what might cause increased frequency of bowel movements in your baby. However, what you need to worry about is the color of your baby's stool. Greenish stools for babies can be caused by:
intestinal infection in babies allergic to cow's milk the mother consumes certain foods or drugs and interferes with the milk content of the baby consuming too much foremilk (ie milk comes out first when breastfeeding); this is caused by infants who do not breastfeed from one side of the breast until they run out so the baby does not consume hindmilk (ie milk that comes out at the end of the breastfeeding process) Please consult your pediatrician especially if your child also has a skin rash, eyes / lips swelling, sneezing, fever, fussiness, difficulty breastfeeding. Your doctor will examine your child to determine the cause of this complaint. If it is caused by cow's milk allergy, then your child is recommended to replace formula milk with hypoallergcnic or soy-based milk. Please discuss more about handling your child with a doctor. Hope that helps.