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White fluids and blood in vomit. Suction technique removed impurities. What is wrong?

Hi Doctor, My baby was born on 13-12-2012 in the evening 3.45, and she was good at that time, on that day night about 11 o clock, she vomited some fluids in a white color( saliva ), then the Nurse put a suction and then showed me the fluid in a tray, next day morning my baby vomited a few drop in a brownish red color(stain color), the we call pediatrician , he used suction technique to remove the impurities from stomach. at that time baby vomited blood, they told us to move to some other medical institution. we did , they did all kind of test related to blood, report says its good, then bleed stops on that day. they gave vitamin k and antibiotics , baby is ok now, my question is now her stool in a greenish black(grey) color..? can you explain please
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Feb 2013
Newborn in the initial days for 3 to 5 days passes meconium and it will be black in color and it gradually changes to green and then yellow in color and nothing to worry. The meconium is formed by the sloughed debris that present in newborn intestine and as the gut activity increases the color will change to green to yellow with the passage of bile in stool. The blood in vomitus may be swallowed mother blood during delivery or newborn blood because of bleeding due to early hemorrhagic disease of newborn and happy thing is the bleeding stopped and baby is ok now as you told.
Answered: Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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