Re: Baby hardly pooping
Hi mama, I looked this up for you in the new Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple book. Until 6 weeks, EBF babies should have at least 4 quarter-sized stools per 24 hours. It also says that "Although stools are not a reliable stand-alone indicator of milk intake, they can be used as a general guage between weight checks in the baby younger than 6 weeks" (232).
I guess my advice, given that this is the only sign of trouble, is to watch for a few more days and reevaluate. To be conservative, you might want to get another weight check (I assume he got one at 4 weeks? so maybe at 5 or 6 weeks - should be able to just drop in to pedi's office for this). At 6 weeks, stools can drop dramatically.
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