Re: greenish poo with a speck of blood
How old is baby?
"Gassy" foods generally don't bother babies. Most moms can eat beans and cabbage without there being any consequences. The foods that do tend to bother babies (and cause bloody poops) are dairy, wheat, and soy. One nasty thing about those foods is that they are in everything, even things you wouldn't expect, and with very sensitive babies even a trace exposure can set off an episode of bloody poops. However, please don't go mad eliminating suspect foods from your diet! First of all, there are other reasons why babies sometimes have bloody poops. Milk oversupply, illness, constipation (almost unheard of in exclusively breastfed babies but common in formula-fed or formula-supplemented babies), and small tears in the skin around the anus are also potential causes of bloody poops. And second, occasional specks/streaks of blood in a baby's diaper are usually nothing to worry about. As long as baby seems happy and healthy and is growing normally, you can usually just nurse through it without doing huge dietary changes, and wait for the baby to grow out of it.
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