> From: David Neary [mailto:dneary at wanadoo.fr]
> Since it seems to be the day for it, I have a problem too.
>> Wat does it mean when a 3 month old baby's poos start to go a bit
> green & gooey, whereas he's recently been having solid brownish
> ones? We think it might be a hint he's ready for some solids, ore
> possibly an indication he's started teething. Anyone have an
> idea? Oh - and they've gotten really stinky.
Ain't this just the best OT thread ever......
Anyway.... Apparently changing stool colour can occur for a number of
reasons. And it very much depends on how (or what) your babies feeding on at
the moment. Rushing baby on to solids may NOT be best idea since 4 months
would be the early side (but not necessarily too early).
If on formula - it could be that it's time for the next formula (step up)
which has a different ratio of casein to whey. OR it could be that the
foremilk/hind milk balance is not quite right.
Or any number of things ... here's a rather helpful article
Or this one
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