Defecation (BAB) in infants is one of the parents' attention. Babies who are given breast milk exclusively exclusively do not often defecate, as babies who are given formula milk. Likewise, the frequency of bowel movements and the texture of infant feces are of primary concern because of these two factors, the adequacy value of a baby's nutritional intake can be estimated. Recognizing the stages of BAB The first few days after birth, the baby will remove blackish green stool, called meconium. Breast milk that comes out the first time, colostrum, will help the baby secrete meconium. Generally three days later, the baby's stool will turn yellowish in color with a softer texture. Until the age of six weeks, breastfed babies will generally defecate about 2-5 times per day. Not infrequently, the baby will defecate every diaper changed. After the age range, some breastfed babies will defecate with almost the same pattern. Although some others only defecate once per day, ev
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