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Smółka: the first pile
This is the first poop of a newborn baby which owes its name black, tarry color. The tar contains amniotic fluid, mucus and skin cells. The tar does not smell too intense, but it has a sticky, thick consistency and you may have a problem with its effective cleansing.
The infant should expel moth within first-second day after delivery. Already in 3-4 days of life there is a transition pile - green-brown, with clear lumps. After a temporary pile, around 5-6 days, a pile of lightly cut scrambled eggs appears. This is the right poop - a little different for naturally fed children, different for formula-fed children.
What does a baby's poop look like "on the chest"?
A toddler breastfed, not otherwise fed, will have yellow pile, usually with a semi-liquid consistency.
Sometimes a baby's stool may have more green color and creamy structure - usually in older babies.