Re: Green poop
This is one of those issues that makes me want to tear my hair out. So many mamas end up on severely restricted diets due to suspected allergies despite the fact that oversupply is a much more common cause of green and sometimes bloody poops than allergy is. Since you still have a forceful letdown, I think it makes sense to consider the oversupply angle before driving yourself crazy cutting foods from your diet.
I know green and bloody poops are freaky, but when a baby is growing and developing well and not showing additional signs of allergy (like excema or asthma), green and bloody poops are just not a big health concern.
I personally would be on the fence about a dietary elimination in your case. If you are going to eliminate something, dairy is the first suspect and you want to be 100% off of dairy for a few weeks before you decide whether or not the elimination diet is helping. Dairy is fairly persistent in your body and it's in a lot of things where you wouldn't suspect it to be- like bread and deli meats, for example- which means that it often sneaks back into your diet without you knowing about it. Also, it takes time for irritation to the intestinal lining to heal, regardless of whether the cause is allergy or oversupply, so you shouldn't expect green and bloody poops to vanish overnight.
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