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How frequently would stool have to float for there to be concern of malabsorption or problem with pancreas? Stool is still brown, formed and soft.
How frequently would stool have to float to be concern of malabsorption or problem with pancreas? Stool is still brown, formed and soft no wieght loss.
Stool is brown, formed and soft. Occ. Floats then sinks. Seems to have clear haze top of water. Had fecal fat test but not 72hr one. Fat malabsorption?
What is steady stream of cloudy substance that flows up from stool?Stool is brown, soft & formed. Normal colonoscopy, CT scan, stool tests, us, hida scan
I don't know, but...: Stool is a compacted form of insoluble things your body can't digest, and when it's in water, the stool starts breaking apart. Whatever is in your stool that is buoyant will come up to the surface. To know for sure what it is, you would have to analyze your stool. Pay attention to what you have eaten when you notice this phenomenon! and relax... It's nothing to worry about. ...Read more
If floating stools were caused by pancreatic cancer, would they look obviously abnormal? Stool is brown, soft & formed but occ. Floats. Ct scan normal
Cleanup after bm is very hard. Stool is brown, soft and formed. However always seems to be a lot to wipe and is mostly gathered at top of crack.Ideas?
Sometimes I have a strong urge to go to bathroom . And it comes out with a lot of gas noises and floats.Stool is brown soft and formed.Normal or worry?
Occasional floating stool, slowly sinks. Some air bubbles. Stool is brown soft and formed. Normal colonoscopy, CT scan and stool tests. Should i worry?
Don't worry: Floating stools are caused by foods that you eat that cause gas production or could be from malabsorption/ not absorbing essential nutrients causing them to be passed in the stool and making the stool float . I'll be concerned if there are other symptoms like weight loss, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, blood in the stool etc then go see your dr ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Maybe a cavity: This may be the beginning of a cavity. The dark spot could be enamel which has begun to break down and soften. You should see your dentist as soon as possible to rule out any type of decay process. It could also just be staining on your teeth. However, only a dentist can distinguish between the two. Get an appointment soon! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why is it in the morning my BMs are loose mushy green like bile color. Then afternoon it's kinda formed. Brown with green color. Bit of slime?
My son whos three has yellow mucusy stringy bm's why? Most of the time but sometimes very dark brown. Hes not strainin to go. Its formed.
Food allergy: Very often gut inflammation from undiagnosed food allergies leads to gut inflammation which presents this way. Start a daily food diary to start tracking foods and then go to a4m.Com and use directory function to find a local functional med doc to help you evaluate this and maximize your son's health. Start him on a high dose multi strain probiotic from the health food store in the meantime. ...Read more
I hav this brown looking bump on my shoulder. It didn't hurt when i touch it. It started to get bigger and another 2 formed at my back? What's that?
What can I do if my eyes are brown, but a grey area is forming around the top. What could be causing this?
High cholesterol: This may arcus which are cholesterol deposits in the peripheral cornea. Get your cholesterol checked. ...Read more
My BM will start kinda formed brown then turn into soft pea green. Looks like small food particles in it. Told I have ibs. Is this normal?
My stool is most often formless or loosely formed and ranges in color from a medium to dark brown (no blood, nothing else I can see). Issues?
Fiber to the rescue: While not necessarily your answer, eating a high-fiber diet may help alleviate your symptoms & promote normal bowel function. If no response to fiber supplementation, then certainly seek medical evaluation to rule out malabsorption, maldigestion, infection, enteropathy, colitis, dysmotilities, functional syndromes, etc. Consider reading: http://patients.gi.org/topics/common-gi-symptoms/ ...Read more
i have a samll patch of red bumps and brown dots forming on top and always hurts. What is it and how do I cure it?
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