Normal Frequency CHAPTER 4 Months Old Baby
Afternoon, my child is 4 months old drinking ASI u0026amp; sufor, lately the CHAPTER is more than 4x a day, the texture is useless and quite a lot, because there is a little water. How many times should a normal chapter be?
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The frequency of bowel movements in infants is not the same as when adults. But as a rough rule of thumb, you don't need to worry as long as your baby looks healthy, keeps on gaining weight, doesn't get bloated and your baby isn't fussy. It is natural that there is a change in the frequency of baby's BAB with increasing age of the baby, it shows that all products that enter the body can be absorbed by the baby's digestive system. There is no time limit that can be used as a normal time benchmark for babies to defecate. defecation in infants varies, can be 4-10 times a day or vice versa, once in 3-7 days.
What you need to worry about is if the changing frequency of bowel movements in your baby is accompanied by complaints such as a baby becoming more fussy, flatulence and palpable hard, frequent vomiting, weight gain does not rise, etc. If these things happen to your baby, we recommend that you immediately take your baby to the pediatrician.
As long as your baby gets good nutrition from his milk intake there is nothing you need to worry about. As long as your appetite is good, your child can get good nutrition.
You can read the following article: guidelines for breastfeeding and formula milk and identify the characteristics of suitable or inappropriate formula milk
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