White stools are very rare, but if your baby's poop is white, call your health care professional right away. However, some babies with very sour- or foul-smelling poop may have an intolerance or allergy.
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Dark green Seen in babies eating green-colored solids or taking iron supplements This is normal. If it moves too slowly, it can cause constipation.
However, once you add baby food, and then various protein sources, it's another story. This greenish-black sticky stool is the residue remaining in his intestines from before he was born.
Usually, a different shade just means there is more or less of a pigment picked up during the digestive process. Make sure your baby is drinking enough breast milk or infant formula.
This could also be a sign of sensitivity to milk or soy, or a lack of tolerance to something in breast milk or formula. It's likely something you ate. White Seen in babies on any diet and may indicate a problem with the liver Call your pediatrician. Find a Doctor Find a: Parents Guide to Infant Stools.
It could also be a sign of an infection, which warrants a call to the pediatrician. White poop at any stage should be addressed by a pediatrician.
Fruits including prunes, pears, and apples ; Vegetables; Whole grain products; Legumes. What your baby eats comes out looking the same as when it went in. Dirt, clay, or pebbles.
It's full of meconium, a sterile, sticky, brownish-green substance made up of swallowed amniotic fluid, hair, bile, and body cells. Blood in stools Looks like: The information in this section was derived from the following: Occasional constipation is normal, especially with formula-fed babies and babies transitioning to solid foods. Urgent Care - Merle Hay Updated 11: Baby poop fluctuates in color.
Newborns have a greenish-black, tarry, sticky poop that resembles motor oil.