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32 months baby has no formed stool. Is it normal ?

My 32 months old boy never had formed stools when I was breastfeeding or changed him to formula milk or now when he is taking whole milk. these days i am giving him probiotics to see any change But could not feel any difference, Is this normal ... please suggest something
Asked On : Wed, 6 Apr 2011
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Hello mili;
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As long as there is no complaint of frequent stools or infection or your child is not getting weak there should be no reason to worry.Your child is 32 months and by now he should be having full diet so he should get formed stools.Also you may have been to a Paediatrician so you may even have done his stool examination and i guess if that is normal no reason to worry but better consult a Paediatrician and discuss again after getting the stools tested.
Answered: Wed, 6 Jul 2011
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