A breastfed baby’s stools are likely to resemble cottage cheese in consistency. Stools tend to be liquid with just small solid pieces. One thing you might notice about the stools is that they lack odor. You might expect them to smell foul, but they are typically not noticeable. Your baby should pass stools after each nursing session, and you might notice a sound when this happens.
Be on the lookout for diarrhea, which is green and has a foul odor. In some cases, it might include flecks of blood. It is rare for babies who are breastfed to experience diarrhea, and it could indicate that something is wrong.
Always check with your doctor regarding the health of your baby or child.