As the above ladies have said; also I know you're breastfeeding but have you given an iron-fortified cereal or vitamin drops recently? Some babies don't absorb the iron in these very well and it can cause very dark or even black poo also...xx
Blue berries make my LO's poo black, but if you smear some on a tissue you can see a blue/purple tinge. If it is digested blood it would have a dark reddish/burgundy tinge when smeared....does this make sense?? If there is no food in her diet that could be the culprit it'd be best to take her to the doctor.
was gunna say if its not something lo eaten itcan mean blood but glad your sorted i would have never thought that blueberries can cause black poo im allways suprised when lo's poo looks a bit differant lol
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