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post #21 of 24
Baby E goes every 1-2 days now. Major explosions of orange, runny poo. It gets everywhere.
post #22 of 24

pooping every 2-3 days..... HELP

Here are her BM for the past 2 weeks (when I noticed they were much more infrequent)

Oct. 19- Large
Oct. 21- Small (size of 2 quarters???)
Oct. 23- 2 medium
Oct 24- SUPER BIG
Oct. 26- Large
Oct. 28- Small (this is the first seedy poo in more than a month)
nothing since then

I have been gluten and dairy free for almost 2 weeks and the poo was much more seedy on the 28.... it was pure liquid before that.

She had a big patch of eczema on her forehead that is almost gone, so I know she has some sensitivity to either dairy or gluten. I was hoping it would improve the poop situation too.

What do you all think?
post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by Chloe'sMama View Post
Here are her BM for the past 2 weeks (when I noticed they were much more infrequent)

Oct. 19- Large
Oct. 21- Small (size of 2 quarters???)
Oct. 23- 2 medium
Oct 24- SUPER BIG
Oct. 26- Large
Oct. 28- Small (this is the first seedy poo in more than a month)
nothing since then

I have been gluten and dairy free for almost 2 weeks and the poo was much more seedy on the 28.... it was pure liquid before that.

She had a big patch of eczema on her forehead that is almost gone, so I know she has some sensitivity to either dairy or gluten. I was hoping it would improve the poop situation too.

What do you all think?
From what I've heard and read, your baby's poop schedule sounds totally normal. It's normal for breastfed babies to only poop once every 1 to 2 weeks (though some poop after every feed so there's huge variation). So your baby is averaging every other day. That seems fine to me (though I'm not an expert).
post #24 of 24
Clayton went from pooping every feed to going longer between poops. He didn't go at all last night or early morning but O M G went he did go it was explosive. I am glad I wasn't holding him
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