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    Default 2 months of no curds, brown paste

    Hi! My daughter is 4 months old (born 1 mnth preem). About 2 months ago, her stool suddenly changed from the yellow curds to brown (leaves a yellow stain though) and thick, like runny peanut butter. Around that time, I figured out I'm a hyper-lactator and started nursing for that. Baby has always had foul-smelling gas, although that has diminished in frequency since I switched how I nurse. I can't seem to ID any food I'm eating that contributes to that. She has been drooling considerably for 2 months, too. Otherwise, very happy, gaining weight, sleeping 6-8 hours at night. My other 2 always had curds, so this is really weird to me. Thanks!

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    Default Re: 2 months of no curds, brown paste



    The curds do generally stop around this age. It's not something they generally have for the duration of nursing.

    Is your babe getting any solids?

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    Default Re: 2 months of no curds, brown paste

    Thanks. No solids, 100% BF.

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