if your newborn baby doesn’t poop in the first 48 hours after birth or they don’t poop for a few days in a row during the first days of life, you should consult their pediatrician.
- Introducing new foods to their diet or formula feeding
- It’s important to keep the baby hydrated.over the age of 6 months
- there are anti-constipation formulas with which you can substitute their usual formula and help your baby to poop more easily.
- increase the fiber in their diet with fruits, vegetables, and cereals.
- Stimulating with exercise.
- Massage.massage our baby’s tummy
If at any time you notice that your baby is especially irritable or you observe signs of alarm in their stool, such as blood, cracks in the anus, or your baby’s making a great effort to poop, you should see a pediatrician immediately.