and if DS's poo isn't seedy, is that something to be concerned about? When we were in the hospital, and a few days after that, DS's poo was seedy, yellow, runny, everything they say a breastfed babe's poo should be, but lately, I've notice it's not seedy. I've heard that the "seedy" part is fat, so if DS's poo isn't seedy, does that mean he's not getting enough fat from nursing?
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2/7/09 at 8:05pm