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Infant having teething, passing green, greasy stools, weighs 8.3 kg. Normal?

Hi. My child is 11 months old. his current weight is 8.3 kg, which was 8 kg when he was 8 months old. he in under teething process 2 lower teethes has came out but upper teethes are half way out. Now from last week his stool color has changed to Green greasy type. some time it may change to normal. My questions are 1. is his weight is normal or he is under weight? 2. is green stool is normal? people say its because of teething. regards Ahmed
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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teething is a physioloical process in which teeth erput out of bone, piercing overlying soft gum tssues. this process is also associated with change in normal microbial flora of oral cavity. teething process leads to some sort of inflammation in gingival tissue attributed to microbes and the process itself...
Now during this process, it is very general for kids to suffer mild fever, change in bowel habits like sometimes, it is constipation or at other times may be diarrohea, vomitting, irritating behaviour to just name a few. the change in color of stool is also, one of the problem. But remember these are, of mild nature and limited durations only. if all these, persists beyond and aggravates, seek an opinion from paediatrician. in those cases, it is not related to teething

Also. weight of your baby is within absolutely normal range for his age.
Answered: Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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