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Feeding toned milk to baby. Passing loose stool in yellow. Why is this happening?

Hi.. My son is 7 months old... we have started feeding him with toned milk available in market other then breastfeed . from last 2 days he is passing loose stool of light yellow color. Other then milk i give him mashed banana, coconut water, kheer made of semolina or sago. This is for 2nd time he is facing this problem. Please help..
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Thanks for writing to health care magic.

This is the time when babies get all these problems. This is because till 6 months most of the babies are exclusively breast fed and do not have any problem.

The problem could be because of infections which arise because of improper sterilization of the utensils etc we use.
Start one new item per week so that we can identify if a particular substance is causing allergy and then we can stop it.

Hope this helps
Take care.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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