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Loose stools babyHello,
My almost 6 months old baby has frequent stools, by frequent I mean from 2-5 stools per day. Baby has been exclusively breastfeed till 5 1/2 months, but the doctor suggested to start the diversification a bit earlier because of gaining less than needed. He suggested me excluding dairy products, I did, but there is no change in her stools.
The stools had been mustard color, now is green (from the moment I included Iron drops for low hemoglobin), has some mucus in it almost daily, sower smell, it can be watery during the day sometimes like pasta. It is not homogeneous, can be with mucus, or white particles. It has been like that since birth. The baby is active, very positive, does not seem to bother her at all. She is ok with the process, nothing bothers her either during the process itself.
I will be very pleased If you can suggest a remedy for the problem.
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YanaDi on 2017-10-09
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YanaDi on 2017-10-09This thread continues beneath the following ad.Ask your pediatrician as medical sites say this amount can be totally normal
And get advice from the pediatrician also on current blood count- as to whether iron is still needed.
simone717 on 2017-10-09
He said if mucus will still be in the stool after the laboratory analysis she will need treatment. I do not want to give her any "traditional" medication
YanaDi on 2017-10-10give him chamomilla 1 dose.
razaraza on 2017-10-10
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