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10 month old has poo'd 4 times today!??

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    papa2b is offline Registered User
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    Nov 2008
    Hong Kong

    10 month old has poo'd 4 times today!??

    My girl has had 4 solid poo's today - not diarrhea but the usual pasty stuff! The most she has had is twice a day, but this just seems a bit odd. She is eating/drinking normally but her stomach is making gurgling noises.

    Any thoughts? Should i be concerned?

    A search on google doesn't come up with anything.

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    Lisainhk is offline Registered User
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    Jan 2010
    Yau Ma Tei
    I don't know if it's normal or not buy my 7 month old does about 4 daily too so it's normal for us :) Good luck!

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    Shenzhennifer is offline Registered User
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    Tsuen Wan
    From around 9 months my son has done 3 daily, always after he ate. Lately at 14 months it`s gone down to around 2 per day. I think it`s healthy.

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    karmah1 is offline Registered User
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    Sydney, Australia (but would like to return to HK)
    Yep have to agree its healthy, my 15 month old son does 2 in the morning. He is like clockwork, one after his milk and another after breakfast. Then usually another after his lunch.

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    lesliefu is offline Registered User
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    South District
    i think it is OK as long as the poo is good poo...

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