Identify your infant's health level through his/her fecal excretions.
Medically reviewed by Regina Victoria Boyles, MD on Oct 29, 2022
To start, choose the stool below that looks most like your baby’s
This visual guide to baby poop will provide you with an idea of what’s normal and what’s not as your newborn grows, drinks breast milk or formula, and starts eating solids. Additionally, it will also help give you a clearer indication of when not to worry and when it’s wise to be concerned.
For instance, a child’s excretion of black, red, or white poop are tell-tale signs that you should immediately call your child’s doctor.
Do not hesitate to call your doctor also, should you have any questions about bowel movements, especially when dealing with a newborn child.
Want to know more about baby poop color and consistency?
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Greenish-Black Coloured and StickySee More
Mustard Yellow-Coloured and SeedySee More
Tan and ThickSee More
Greenish-Brown ColouredSee More
Watery, Brown, and LooseSee More
Dry, Brown, and HardSee More
Dark Green-ColouredSee More
Bright Green or Lime-ColouredSee More
Chalky and White-ColouredSee More
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