My 4 mo old has had some mucus in her stool, but her stool is not green. What does this mean? Does it have to be green to for a food sensitivity. I am on a restricted diet - no sugar, no gluten, no casein, no soy, and limited eggs. I did have 2 eggs this morning, and she had quite a bit of mucus in her stool at 2 pm. Would it show up that quickly? She is otherwise happy and the stool is the same mustard color it has always been.
doesn't have to be green to be a food sensitivity. Most babies will have a random mucusy stool here and there, so I woudn't wonder about just one. If it persists, then it may be a food sensitivity. You could watch for an egg correlation.
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