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    Default Breast fed baby poop

    My ds2 is 4 weeks old. He is breast fed and I think his poop is not normal. It's is the right colour most of the time, a mustardy yellow but it is very liquidy. Is this normal? If not, what could be the problem?
    I breastfed my ds1 for 4 months and I can't remember what it was like with him lol.

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    My three were all bf. They started off with very liquid poos and moved to paste by about 3 months.

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    DS is breastfed, he's now 6.5m and his poo has only become a paste consistency since he properly started eating solids about a month ago. It's been pretty much liquid until then.

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    He is gassy, pulling legs up, really irritable, when he does a poop is really loud at all ?

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    Sounds normal

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    Sounds normal. All I remember of bf poo was that they were messy!!!!!


 

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