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    HELP PLEASE!!! 3 mth old's BM
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    vanessagw23 posted:
    my daughter is 3 mths old, breastfeed. I'm concerned because she is soooooo gas-y and farts all the time, but is only having a BM every other day or 2 days in-between. Is this normal???
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    mathgypsy2 responded:
    Totally normal. Many BF babies change at 3-4 months to only having a BM every few days some go 1 time a week. As long as the poo is soft and the right color its not something to worry about.
     
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    vanessagw23 replied to mathgypsy2's response:
    Thank you!
     
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    ButterflyBaby1107 responded:
    Totally normal. Make sure you are burping her well after every feeding, that helps with the gas.


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