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Let's talk about baby poo - booklet

During a baby’s first few years, parents will encounter a variety of poos that indicate their child is growing and developing. Changes in colour, frequency and volume can sometimes cause concern amongst parents and this frequently leads to a worried conversation with a healthcare professional. This booklet is designed to be used as a support tool for you to use with concerned parents, to reassure and to guide them in those early years.

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Let's talk about baby poo - booklet 

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