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Bowel Movement Color
Green Bowel Movements

White Bowel Movements
Black Bowel Movements
Red Bowel Movements
Orange Bowel Movement
Yellow Bowel Movements

Baby Bowel Movements

Newborn Bowel Movements
In the days following birth, the baby will have black tarish stools which will transition to green stools for breast fed, and brown stools for bottle fed babies after a couple of days.

Baby Bowel Movements
A bottle fed baby normally has a bowel movement 1 to 2 times a day. The baby will normally have brown or green stools.

A breast fed baby will usually have a bowel movement equivalent to the number of feedings. The baby usually will have yellow seedy stools.

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Diarrhea

  • Your baby might have diarrhea if you see watery stools in the diaper. Give your baby a bottle of water to curb dehydration and consult your pediatrician.

    Constipation

  • The baby might be constipated if it hasn't had a bowel movement in 3 days, has difficulty excreting their stool, or if the stool is dry or hard.

    The primary reason for constipation is diet. Evaluate if your baby is getting enough water and fiber in their diet.



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