Breastfed baby poop is considered normal when it's a mustard yellow, green or brown color. It is typically seedy and pasty in texture and may be runny enough to resemble diarrhea. Healthy breastfed stools will smell sweet (unlike regular bowel-movement odor). via
How do I know if my baby has diarrhea or poop?
Until 2 months of age, they may pass a stool after each feeding. But, if stools suddenly increase in number and looseness, suspect diarrhea. If it lasts for 3 or more stools, the baby has diarrhea. If the stools contain mucus, blood or smell bad, this points to diarrhea. via
What should 3 month old poop look like?
Healthy breastfed poop
If your baby is exclusively breastfed, her poop will be yellow or slightly green and have a mushy or creamy consistency. It may be runny enough to resemble diarrhea. Breastfed poop typically looks like Dijon mustard and cottage cheese mixed together and may be dotted with little seed-like flecks. via
How long is baby poop yellow and seedy?
This will be tar-like in color and consistency. After around 48 hours, the stool may become looser and lighter in color. Then, within another day or two, the color of breastfed baby stool is usually mustard yellow or yellow-green. It may also be watery or contain mini-white “seeds.” This color is normal. via
What does lactose intolerance baby poop look like?
Your baby's stools may be loose and watery. They may also appear bulky or frothy. They can even be acidic, which means you may notice diaper rash from your baby's skin becoming irritated. via
What color poop is bad for babies?
Black, Thick Baby Poop
Thick, black stools at 3 months of age or older often indicate bleeding in the digestive tract, which can be dangerous for your baby. (This is different from your baby's first few meconium bowel movements.) via
When should I worry about baby diarrhea?
Call your doctor if your child's diarrhea doesn't improve after 24 hours or if your baby: Hasn't had a wet diaper in three or more hours. Has a fever of more than 102 F (39 C) Has bloody or black stools. via
Can formula cause loose stools?
Using a certain formula or changing formulas can cause diarrhea in babies. Some babies just find many formulas harder to digest, though this is uncommon. It might take them a little while to get used to a new formula. This can lead to tummy cramps, gas, and diarrhea. via
Does mother's diet affect baby poop?
Dietary changes for a baby who is taking formula or foods other than breast milk may help relieve constipation. Breastfeeding women can also try eliminating foods that have an association with infant constipation, such as dairy, from their diet. However, changes to the woman's diet may not affect the baby's digestion. via
How often should a 3 month old poop?
Most babies will have 1 or more bowel movements daily, but it may be normal to skip 1 or 2 days if consistency is normal. Breastfed babies' stools should be soft and slightly runny. via
What should 4 week old baby poop look like?
Breastfed poo can look like mustard-coloured cottage cheese, and may be dotted with little seed-like flecks. It often smells surprisingly sweet. There are many shades of normal when it comes to breastfed poo. Your baby may occasionally do a poo that seems a bit greener than usual. via
How often should a 3 month old poop on formula?
Formula-fed babies typically poop three to four times a day, but some go as long as three or four days without a bowel movement. As long as your baby's poops are soft and passed without a struggle, you don't have to be concerned. via
What are the seeds in baby poop?
Their stools may also be seedier. These little “seeds” are undigested milk fat, which is entirely normal. Formula-fed babies' stools are usually a little firmer, often the consistency of peanut butter. Extremely loose, watery stools may indicate that the baby is not absorbing nutrients as well as they should. via
Can a formula-fed baby have seedy poop?
As your milk becomes more abundant, the bowel movements transform from yellow-green to yellow along with a sweeter smell that you don't find with formula-fed babies. Once this happens, and it becomes a seedy texture, it should remain this way until you end your breastfeeding. via