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Constipation, 120 ALT liver enzymes, stomach pains, black and white spots in stool for 3 months. Im a 30 yr/old male. Doc doesn't seem concerned. Help?

Constipation, 120 ALT liver enzymes, stomach pains, black and white spots in stool for 3 months. Im a 30 yr/old male. Doc doesn't seem concerned. Help?

Get checked: Constipation, abdominal pain, black and white spots in the stool are very vague non-specific symptoms. Alt of 120 is concerning as it is high. If you drink alcohol, it may be related to that, so stop and get it rechecked. If that's not the case, i'd press on and have your doc do further work up - first recheck it. If still elevated, i'd go with hepatitis panel, liver ultrasound, etc. ...Read more

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'i am having green stool and white spots in stool?

'i am having green stool and white spots in stool?

Byproduct: Of normal digestive processes. Unlikely to represent any pathologic process but if other associated symptoms would seek evaluation. ...Read more

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What do little white spots in stool mean? I just began eating pine nuts, could that be the cause? Or could it be worms?

What do little white spots in stool mean? I just began eating pine nuts, could that be the cause? Or  could it be worms?

Probably not worms: Any change in your diet will cause changes to your stool. There is a good chance that you are not completely chewing the pine nuts. ...Read more

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Gallstones and white spots in stool. What can I do to prevent this?

Gallstones and white spots in stool. What can I do to prevent this?

Not much: Gallstones and "white spots" in the stool may or may not be related. Gallstones are a common condition in the human population and many times just happen for no reason at all. White spots in the stool should be evaluated by a complete GI (gastroenterology) exam. ...Read more

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My urine is cloudy along with the water in my stool. Hundreds of white spots in stool also. Antibiotics make it worse. No dr will help. What is it?

My urine is cloudy along with the water in my stool. Hundreds of white spots in stool also. Antibiotics make it worse. No dr will help. What is it?

Get a new doctor: The fact that you are asking a doctor's forum stating that no doctors are helping you is telling. You are clearly upset with your symptoms. I suggest you start anew with a fresh physician and begin at square one. See where it goes from there. ...Read more

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When u see white spots in baby stool what do that means?

When u see white spots in baby stool what do that means?

White spots: White spots in baby's stool may be due to medication, curdled milk or possibly lack of bile as long as your baby is feeding well and gaining weight i would not be concerned. ...Read more

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Constipated off and on for several weeks. 1st noticed small dark spots throughout and now small white spots. Stool medium brown. What is going on?

Constipated off and on for several weeks.  1st noticed small dark spots throughout and now small white spots. Stool medium brown. What is going on?

Likely nothing: abnormal. Constipation and mucus in stool may explain both dark and light spots. Drink enough water so that your urine is watery, colorless and odorless. Increase your intake of fiber. You may wish to take a fiber laxative like Metamucil to relieve the constipation. ...Read more

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I get white spots on my stools along with serious nausea what could cause this?

Many possibilities: See a GI doctor. Write out a full history. Bring with you any medical records you have, and get full evaluated. Hope this is better soon. ...Read more

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