Re: Signs of Overactive Let Down ?
If you have OALD, then milk supply is unlikely to be a problem, since oversupply is often the cause of the OALD. Also, your baby's diaper output sounds fine, so that's another clue that your milk supply is, too.
Going a few days in between poops is normal for a breastfed baby. The watery nature of the poops is a bit more unusual- when you say watery how watery do you mean? Like all water, soaking into the diaper, or like very soft cottage cheese with a watery component?
You might want to try the positioning tricks on this page: http://www.kellymom.com/bf/supply/fast-letdown.html They can help slow a fast letdown.
I think I can shed some light on this. Nursing or pumping can break the delicate blood vessels inside the breast. If you're pumping, this will tint your milk an alarming shade of pink. If you're nursing, the only way that you'll know about the bloody milk is by seeing brown spit-up. It's nothing to worry about- the bloody milk will not hurt the baby and the blood vessels are fragile but also resilient, and almost always heal by the next time you need to nurse or pump.
His spit up was brown once.
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