Question by  Serafinah (232)

What is normal bowel color for a one month old?

I am breastfeeding him.


Answer by  kangaroodoyle (324)

Breastfed baby's have distinctive bowel movements. They are usually yellowish brown in color with the texture of peanut butter. The smell is not terrible offensive. If your baby's has unusual or inconsistent bowel movements consult your pediatrition. It may be due to an infection or other issue that your healthcare professional can address.


Answer by  snessia (991)

A breast-fed baby can have bowel movements of many different colors. The most common is a yellowish, even mustard color. Their bowel movements may also tend toward the greenish or brownish. What you don't want to see are any blood in the stool or blackish colors. In those cases you want to see your doctor.


Answer by  worker6692 (107)

Since you are breastfeeding your baby his stool/ poop should be of a mustard color and somewhat seedy and runny


Answer by  AdamT (60)

When the baby is about one month it will turn from a sticky black bowel movement to a lighter brown or yellowish color and will look kind of pilly like flattened rice.


Answer by  Brittney (1095)

A baby can have many different colors of bowel movments. They can be brown, mustard yellow, and sometimes green. Alot of it depends on what you eat since your breastfeeding.


Answer by  ChristinaRamirez (481)

A normal bowel movement color for a breastfeed infant is mustard colored,seedy and runny looking. Which is very normal. If you are formula feeding they will be tan colored and soft. Since you breastfeed expect a lot of poop. This happens at the beginning. Your baby may go after every feeding. Do not be alarmed by this, it is normal.

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