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Clay Coloured Stools In Children
Loose stools in children. Would a disease or just random loose poops w/o reasons be the likely cause?
Most often dietary: Most often just random event due to dietary changes - if chronic or have blood see your doctor. ...Read more
Frequent pasty stool in children
my 6 yr old grandaughter has had this ever since i can remember.
Along with white on her tongue, and bad breath.
Go see her doctor.: If it has been going on for a long time why are you concerned all of a sudden? She needs to be checked by her pediatrician to know if is a problem or not. When was the last time if ever that she saw her dentist for a checkup and tooth cleaning and Fluoride treatment? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends...: A lot of things, ranging from a minor viral syndrome to a more serious gastrointestinal disorder (colitis). Mucousy stools could be colitis, or inflammation of the colon. Is blood present in the stools? Bacterial colitis may require antibiotics. Call your pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blood in stools had endoscope have gastritis have hernia will have colonoscopy in oct had last colonoscopy 4 year ago am anemic I am 61 years old under active thyroid 3 children had gall bladder out many years ago teated positive celiac disease in 2 test
4 yr old w elevated amylase , always in the hundreds. my Dr will not investigate further she says there is no need unless it's in the thousands, she's not getting better, stool is dark clay coloured ?
Hi. The colour of my stools are often pale coloured or slightly clay in colour. I am a drinker. Will they go back to normal if I stop drinking?
My 4 year old had clay coloured stool today & for the last week have been an orange. Colour she is very picky with food and drinks lots of milk?
Clay colored stools: Indicate an insufficiency of bile secretion. Milk is no substitute for adequate food. The more worried you are about her appetite, the less she will eat. Even if you show your anxiety in any way whatsoever, she will jump at a chance of controlling you. This is standard pediatric advice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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