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why is does my stool look like ash?

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Dr. Dan Fisher
26 years experience Internal Medicine
Many things.: Ash colored stool often indicates a difficulty with excretion of bilirubin as is seen in hepatitis, gallstone disease, alcoholic liver disease, or medication effect. Should see doc to have this evaluated.
Answered on Apr 5, 2020

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