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Iqra6 months ago
Function of meconium

Function of meconium

Meconium is your baby's first poop. It's darker and thicker than typical poop and extremely sticky. Meconium builds up inside your baby's intestines from swallowing amniotic fluid (the fluid that surrounds and cushions them inside your uterus). Ideally, your baby passes meconium shortly after birth.

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