Once baby starts solids, his stool will start looking different. Breastfed babies produce soft, relatively inoffensive stools, while babies on solids have thick, dark, smellier stools that usually resemble what they ate. Don't be concerned unless his stool is unusually loose or contains mucus — both are signs of gastrointestinal irritation.
[tip] Logic may suggest baby's risk of SIDS goes up when he learns to roll over, but the condition actually becomes less likely as he grows older. It's still important to follow the American Academy of Pediatrics' guidelines for safe sleeping.
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All medical information reviewed by Dr. Paula Prezioso of Pediatric Associates in New York City
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