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    Default Bellamy's Organic

    My DS is 6 weeks and drinks this. His poo is consistently greenish and stinky. I am not comparing with BF babies but with those who are using this brand for their babies.

    Does you baby get the same sort of poo?

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    Normal. I think its to do with the iron in the formula if i remember rightly

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    Give Bellamys a call to ease ur mind. They are very helpful

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    Default Bellamy's Organic

    DD is on Bellamys and her poop is green and stinky too. Still very soft so I'm not concerned.

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    Default Bellamy's Organic

    My DD is mixed fed, the formula she is on is Nan HA gold, the GP and early childhood nurse told us that the iron in formulas makes the greenish colour, so normal

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