How often a newborn baby can be expected to pee actually changes rapidly during their first week of living. And so does the expected color of the pee.
Too often, too little, wrong color, funny smell, painful peeing…
Below you'll find all the baby urine questions answered here at Easy Baby Life's Help Line. As you will see, you are not the only one worrying about your baby's peeing.
A common question is whether a baby is peeing too often. The answer is that babies have a tiny bladder and a complete lack of control of it, so many babies do urinate often. As long as there is no pain or other signs of illness involved, the frequency is not a matter of concern.
By browsing the questions and answers below, you'll find out what's normal, what's not and when to contact a doctor regarding the situation.
I hope you'll find the help you need!
My 4-month-old slept for 13 hours, woke up happy, but had a dry diaper when he woke. He ate like normal and now 1 1/2 hours later still has not urinated.
Q&A: My baby is 4 months old and passes urine 2 - 3 times within half an hour. Is this a problem? Learn when frequent urination in babies are normal or not.
My daughter is 10 months old. She is passing small amounts of urine 3-4 times a day. Is that ok? I think she should be peeing more often?
My 10 months old baby boy is urinating blood. I took him to the doctor and they did a urine test and a blood test but awaiting for the results.
My baby is 1 year is not peeing and all she has been doing today is sleeping. What do you think I should do, she has had a dry nappy for over 20 hours.
My 5 months old baby wets at least 15 diapers a day. He cries before and after. Any ideas why this might be happening?
My 9 month old baby pees frequently but it has begun to smell strong, especially the nappy I change first thing in the morning. I am worried.