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Why is my baby’s poo green and runny on Aptamil SENSAVIA?

It is completely normal for your baby’s stools to change when you switch to a baby/toddler milk based on partially hydrolysed milk protein and 100% whey protein based. You may find their stools are softer, looser, lighter, or sometimes even green while their digestive system adjusts to the new product they are on.

This could be a temporary change, or it could last for longer whilst they are still using the baby/toddler milk. This depends on the individual baby - as long as your baby is not showing any signs of illness this is usually fine, however, if you’re concerned we recommend you speak to a healthcare professional as they will understand more about your little one’s medical history and be able to do a full assessment.

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