There Are Black Spots On The Baby’s Stool 3 Months?
my 3 month old baby has started to be fed to my parents-in-law because he is so fat he said. Yesterday it took 7 days or no chapters. And only yesterday chapter. Wrna Yellow chapter but like there are many black spots. But my child isn’t fussy and doesn’t throw up or show symptoms of pain. Do you think it’s dangerous or not?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Basically, babies under 6 months don't need any other nutrients than they get from their mother's milk which is exclusively given. Doctors throughout the world through the World Health Organization (WHO) have agreed on this.
So as long as you can still give milk to your baby whenever he needs it, your baby does not need other sources of nutrition, especially if your weight gain is considered normal during routine checks. Even if your milk is not enough, another source of nutrition is in the form of formula milk, not solid food. This is because the baby's digestion is still not ready to eat solid food, so even given, the nutrients can not be absorbed perfectly, and even potentially experiencing constipation as experienced now.
As for black spots, we are still unable to ascertain whether the appearance of these spots is related to his medical history or not, but seeing that your baby has no problems, no fuss and no significant weight loss, it should not be a serious thing .
What is clear, the addition of food should be stopped until the age of your child 6 months. And if your weight gain is below normal despite exclusive breastfeeding or using formula milk, check with your pediatrician to find out about potential abnormalities in the digestive system. So, hopefully answering your question.