Kinzley will be 4mo on the 16th. I am strictly breast feeding. She's been super tired lately and not pooping. We're going on our 2nd day of no poop. She's been having wet diapers and eating fairly well just no poop. She may be teething. Would that interfere with her bowels? Any thoughts?
Im sorry I dont get on here much and im sure your problem is solved bynow but if it happens again in tje future I take macys legs and gently push her knees into her tummy..it usually helps get things moving
My pedi said the same as mum. I had the same issue recently and he was not concerned. He said to mix a bit of apple or pear juice with water and try that to get things going. Of course, within 15 min of his email response to me, my little guy did a huge poop.
Thanks ladies! I just let nature take its course and she eventually pooped. Usually all I need to do is put her in a NEW outfit and she'll explode in her diaper so poop gets everywhere breaking in the new clothes. :)
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