Poo!! Sorry if TMI
Feb 14, 2010 6:38AM
ive got this myself.its so soft and snug.i love it
Mar 6, 2009 7:50PM
This moses basket is soft and really paded,a great purchase.
Feb 13, 2010 5:35AM
Sophie is 12 and a half weeks and has been ff from the start.
My mum asked me this week if her poo had started to get any harder as it should do by now. It hasn't, and every time she poos it is like runny plaster and often goes all up her back resulting in baths etc. We sometimes get two or three of those a day, but sometimes then no poo at all for a few days.
I just thought the runny poo was normal as all she is getting is milk, I wouldn't say its like diarrohea as its not watery, just plastery.
Sophie often has bouts of crying after her bottle which I have just put down to wind/colic. But now I'm wondering if its more than that, if maybe her milk isn't agreeing with her or something.
Do you think its normal or should I be concerned? Think I may mention it to hv when I go to the clinic on Monday.
Feb 13, 2010 6:26AM
i think poo will only change when their food does ie solids. Until then runny and a peanutty colour is about right. Toby has one poo every other day and is on daily laxatives that help him along so i am dreading the poo getting harder as i think we will have one a week!
Feb 13, 2010 1:39PM
my boy is 18 weeks, on formula, his poo's are runny (korma poo!) with a random thicker one and we have started weaning but they are still runny which HV advises is normal xxx
Feb 13, 2010 1:51PM
My LO's poo was also similar consistency to runny plaster/toothpaste. He's now 23 weeks and after a couple of weeks of puree food (we started weaning a little earlier) his poo is now a bit thicker/harder. than it was when he was on only milk.
Feb 13, 2010 1:53PM
runny is normal until they are weaned then it may go more solid. What a lovely subject - he he!
Feb 13, 2010 2:40PM
Ava was runny ish till weaning at 5 months. Think our mums may think that as weaning was done earlier when we were babies x
Feb 14, 2010 6:38AM
Thanks girls!! Yeah I think mums forget as things were done different when we were all born!!
Love your descriptions
and that is exactly the type of poo we're getting!!!
Glad to know we're normal
Apr 6, 2019 10:03AM
Trying to conceive with PCOS.
Hi, I hope I’m posting this in the right place. I’m new to this so bare with me 🙈. Background - I was diagnosed with PCOS a little over a year ago and have been trying to conceive for just over 2 years. I have been to fertility appointments who haven’t found any additional problems (e.g. hcg scan came back clear) and my partners tests were all ok. I understand weight is a big factor with PCOS and I have lost 10% of my body weight as recommended and keep trying to loose more. The more time goes on the more deflated and useless I feel. Each time I get excited thinking it might be my time then I get a false test 🤦♀️ The fertility appointments are far apart and the months in between each one just seem longer and longer. I was was wondering if anyone had been through similar experiences and have any advice? I have also read online that ovulation sticks don’t always work for women with PCOS. Anyone have any advice on this? Thank you for taking the time to read this. x
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