Inside Your Baby’s Diaper

One of the most common questions that I get among parents of newborns in my office is, "How often should babies πŸ‘ΆπŸΌ poop πŸ’© and why does it matter!? And what can you do to help them maintain normal bowel movements!?" This is a hot topic because when babies don't poop, they are SUPER unhappy, and it makes moms and dads miserable. No one sleeps well because babies are gassy and miserable.

Lots of times moms and babies end up in our office because their baby isn't pooping well, and they've heard that chiropractic can help. Commonly, what parents hear before they come see us is that if their child is pooping once every few days, that's enough. Well, I'm here to tell you that's not enough!

If you've ever had a puppy, think about what happened anytime your puppy ate or drank. If it wasn't potty trained, it might have had an accident or the floor. If you were lucky, they might have scratched the door to go outside.

It's the same way with babies. They should poop at each meal... two to three times per day... AT LEAST. However, misalignments of the vertebrae may interfere with the normal function of the bowel as well as other organs of the digestive system, causing a host of GI issues. To learn more, click below to watch my video.



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