was it normal for his stage that my son poops just 1's a day? i stop breastfeeding for a couple of month ago. when i breastfeed him he discharge atleast 6-8 times a day for the 1st month. then on his 2nd month it became minimal like 3 tmes a day and sometimes 4. ...now he turns 3, he poops 1's a day? feeding time every 4-6 hours a day 4-5oz of milk and 1-2oz of water together
0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:3 months poops questionwas it normal for his stage that my son poops just 1's a day?<br />i stop breastfeeding for a couple of month ago.<br />when i breastfeed him he discharge atleast 6-8 times a day for the 1st month. then on his 2nd month it became minimal like 3 tmes a day and sometimes 4.<br />...now he turns 3, he poops 1's a day?<br />feeding time every 4-6 hours a day<br />4-5oz of milk and 1-2oz of water together
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