Re: No Hindmilk?
with Jess: hindmilk/foremilk problems are usually encountered only in very young infants, and sometimes green poop is just green poop, and not an indicator of a problem.
Teething, being sick, starting solids- they could all cause weird poops. So long as your baby is nursing on demand and you're allowing her to finish the first breast on her own time before offering the second, I would just keep an eye on this. If you're concerned, you could take your baby to the pediatrician and do a weight check.
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