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    Default Poop!

    So DD is 4.5 weeks and today will be day 3 where she hasn't done a poo. Is this normal and is there anything I can do?

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    Is dd breastfed? Quite normal for a breastfed bub to go up to a week without doing a poop.

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    No bottle feeding?

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    Does she seem uncomfortable? My dd would often go 4 or 5 days.. but she was definitely in discomfort. Trying to strain and pulling her legs up.
    If bub isn't in discomfort just keep offering the bottles and hopefully things will get moving. You could add a bit of extra water to the bottle but I wouldn't just yet.
    Not sure??

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    Get some infant Coloxyl from the chemist.. that should help her go.

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    When she does go watch up it is gonna be big!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sydneychick View Post
    When she does go watch up it is gonna be big!!
    That's what I call a poonami!

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    She went tonight!


 

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