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Color Of Stomach Fluids
Dark green diarrhea and queasy feeling in stomach. Also vomited large amounts of yellow fluid (just fluid) this morning. No change to eating/drinking?
Gastroenteritis: Sounds like you have gastroenteritis. If it gets to the point where you are unable to keep fluids down, you will likely have to go to the ER to get medications and some fluids into you. I would switch to Gatorade to help you with your electrolytes that you are likely losing and hopefully it will pass in the next 12-24 hours and decrease in severity. If it doesn't, go to the ER for further eval. ...Read more
Increase in stomach noises, stomach cramps and diarrhea after eating at times. stool color from brown to yellow and green.
Loss of appetite solid stools with yellow liquid, small amounts of blood in mucus when I vomit and upper abdominal and central chest pain causes?
Requires a doctor!: These symptoms merit a medical evaluation right away. Please contact your physician. This could be very serious. ...Read more
It can: It is not uncommon for stool to be green with decreased transit time through the intestines. However, it may be other colors as well. ...Read more
What could cause lack of thirst/lack of appetite/alternating constipation and diarrhea/small greasy green stools with undigested food?
Stomach flu, vomiting and diarrhea all thursday night. Drank lots of water, vomited more of course, but noticed green bits like mucus or chives in it?
Nothing serious: The color of vomit or diarrhea, or the appearance of bits and chunks of various sorts (mostly partly digested food), says nothing about the cause or severity of the problem. The main exception is that obvious blood is a concern. Otherwise, don't worry about it. Most viral gastroenteritis ("flu" is a misnomer) is caused by norovirus and is most severe for 24-48 hr, then should improve. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends on things...: Yellow is one of the normal stool colors, but usually in babies. For non-babies, stool color changes to more yellow if the stool is looser and is moving through the bowels in a shorter time, but that should be only temporary. Older children and adults don't have yellow stool as their normal stool, so a doctor can check to see if there is an infectious problem or gall bladder (bile) problem. ...Read more
Small dots of bright red blood found in stool. Alot of flatulence. No change in bowel. Burp alot. history of gastritis. What can it be???
Burning sensation in upper center abdomen. bit of indigestion. Small amount of blood when passing stool. Sore hemorrhoid. us it a bleeding ulcer?
Need doctor to check: Abdominal pain can be from many things. Stomach acid problems cause pain, as does pancreatitis or gallstones. Appendicitis is always a concern (pain is usually right lower abdomen, worsens over time). If constipated for a while, stool could have backed up and cause pain. Gastrointestinal infections can cause pain, nausea, vomiting and fever. A doctor's exam is needed, especially if blood in stool. ...Read more
Hard stomach on right side of navel.throwing up yellow green acid with undigested food from hrs before. Extreme waves of nausea. Mby intestinal block?
Burn sensation in stomach above navel slightly to the left, gas, bloating, and light diaherra and maroon color mucus in stool? What could this mean?
Check with Dr soon: Until you got to maroon mucous is stool. Someone needs to examine your belly and test your stool for blood. You might be having bleeding from ulcer or blood vessel abnormality in stomach or intestinal track. ...Read more
In hosp. with stomach flu on the 8th. Lots of diarrhea. Better but still having light yellow stool. Normal for this? Gall bladder removed 1/7.
Check stool: Might not be a bad idea if you still feel badly to have stool checked for infectious diarrheas. C diff among those if you have been in hospital. ...Read more
Yes: Eating/drinking too much of anything could affect the color and character of your stools. ...Read more
What causes yellow mucus to occur in stool, accompanied by lots of gas, and slight mushy but in balls?
Good possibilities: Mucus discharge occurs in up to 50% of patients with irritable bowel syndrome, with or without pain. Mucus may also be produced in response to partial obstruction, chronic constipation, rectal dysfunction, infection, & even from secretory villous tumors of the rectum. Stool studies & exam should help to at least start addressing some of these possibilities. ...Read more
Colostomy output is hard, formed pieces of stool mixed with very soft stool coming out at the same time. Getting fiber and fluids. Possible causes?
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