Re: Stool patterns drastically changed, breastfed 7m
How many weeks has it been since your LO was sick? It can take a good long while for the watery stools caused by illness to completely subside- think a few weeks. And then there's the teething- that can cause a baby's stools to look watery and weird. But your kid's stools don't actually sound that weird! Pooping after every single feeding is normal for a baby who isn't yet on solids. Poops that are occasionally watery are normal. Runny poops are normal. Poops that are occasionally green are normal.
Basically, it sounds like you have a happy, healthy baby, and when you have that, weird poops are just... Weird. Not a big health concern. Not an indication of nursing going poorly. And I can totally understand your fear that your milk is somehow inadequate, but trust me: it's not. As long a baby is fed on demand, breastmilk alone is enough to meet ALL of a baby's nutritional needs until around the first birthday. Until that point, solids are for fun with new tastes, textures, and motor skills.
That being said, at this point I would introduce some solids, and I might even start with a food that I wouldn't normally recommend, which is cereal! If your baby is still suffering from a touch of intestinal upset/diarrhea, cereals can slow things down and firm up her poop. Just don't expect her to eat a lot- again, when solids are just for fun it doesn't matter if a baby actually eats them. Start with a teaspoon or two per day, but don't worry if your LO shows little/no interest.
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