Newborn stool is the most talked about topic among young parents. If it is not difficult for us to understand our “deeds”, then with children everything is different. Moms look at the diaper and don’t understand: “is it normal or is it time to call an ambulance?” Parents of the baby need to understand what is happening with the intestines of the child and how to react to it correctly. What is the difference between the intestines of a newborn and an adult? Which stool is considered normal, and for what symptoms should I see a doctor?
How does the intestines of the newborn function?
Do you know what the main role is in the intestines? Many will say that digestive. But this is both true and false at the same time. Having worked as a neonatologist and resuscitator, I came to the conclusion that the main function of the intestine is immune. The motor and brain of immunity are the intestines. Continue reading