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Old 01-02-2008, 08:22 AM   #11
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Re: Green poop - is it a problem?

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Also, in some of the literature I've read, both weight loss and weight gain are signs of oversupply, so it might still be that. (I have an oversupply issue)
Yup, Maddie gained a TON of weight with my oversupply issue and i Had it BAD. She was gaining an oz a day!


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Old 01-02-2008, 01:08 PM   #12
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Re: Green poop - is it a problem?

Don't bother being careful with what you eat, honestly, unless you decide to give up peanuts, which is a good idea for anyone with any allergic history (asthma, excema, environmental allergies, you name it) on either side of the family.

The most likely culprits, should it be food, would be dairy and soy. Trace matters. Probably wouldn't matter if you're avoiding lots or eating normally -- if it is there, it is there.

Just don't want you torturing yourself for no reason.

It does sound more likely to be either a virus or a foremilk/hindmilk issue regardless, but wanted to toss that out there.

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