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Does Simethicone Change Stool Color In Infants
Eating beets change breastmilk color? Is it safe during breastfeeding? Will baby stool color change if I ate beets during breastfeeding?
If I take iron at dinner and poop in the middle of the night. Can the iron change your stool color that fast?
You bet: Transit times vary from a few hours to two days. But overnight is not impossible. ...Read more
What causes a 3month old baby to stool bright yellow then slightly yellowish but the 3rd day her stool color returns to it's normal color green?
Poop Colors: The color of stool is not usually concerning, as it reflects a lot of things we eat. Dark black, red or white stools are the only colors that are worrisome. ...Read more
Stool color change from medium brown to dark brown between movements. This has happened frequently in the duration of my lifetime. What causes this?
Recent stool color change from Medium to dark mahogany brown. No diet change. Might have sinusitis. Proper hydration. Been 7 days since change-Causes?
My 4 months old baby stool color is grey. What are the reasons for grey color of stool and treatments. He is bottel feeding?
? normal: This could be normal. White stools could signify liver disease. I would observe for a few days. Check with your dr. If persists. ...Read more
Hello im 19 and ive notice a change in my stool color should I be worried it is turning and dark brown color not black?
Concern but no worry: The amount, color, frequency of stool varies with foods, speed of emptying of the GI tract, medications & supplements ingested, gut flora (unique for each individual), additives (like blood), subtractions (like absent bile), infection, inflammation, & other factors. If stool pattern has changed, is unusual for you, & the change persists, or is accompanied by other symptoms, see your doctor. ...Read more
I have had changes in stool color and consistency over the past several months what can this mean?
My 4 month baby stool color is grey and he is bottle feeding and test report showing candida yeast. Please suggest treatment & what are the reasons?
If bile ducts are blocked shouldn't change in stool color be first notice than jaundice because my gi doc say that they happen the same time?
Obstructed bile duct: If your bile ducts are completely obstructed, jaundice and stool color changes will occur simultaneously. In fact, it is possible to notice the jaundice first if it is a while before a bowel movement is actually passed. Regardless, there should not be much difference in time between the two occurrences. This is a medical emergency if it happens. Good luck. ...Read more
My two month baby girl refused to sackle these days. Her mother got worried. The baby's stool color is greenish and watery. Doc what is this condition?
If the bile duct were to become block by a tumor would stool color change slow and jaundice happen slowly or quickly?
Bile duct blockage: If completely blocked then stool will become white in a few days and jaundice will come on quickly. ...Read more
Varies: The color depends on diet and bile output during the illness. I have seen blue poop from blue Popsicles or Gatorade. They can be almost clear mucous to brownish water, but very frequently are a beige/creamy white. The hallmark is the horrible smell that goes along with rotavirus - I can walk in a room and tell a baby in there has the illness. ...Read more
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Stop worrying: Stool color reflects what you've been eating: fatty or not fatty, high or low fiber, plant or animal, etc. Etc. The two colors that worry me most are black (bleeding in the stomach) or red (bleeding in the intestines). If you feel good and there have been no changes in your health, relax. If you don't feel good and your health has changed, then stool color might be a clue. See your doctor. ...Read more
No: There is no 'normal'. Stool colon depends on what you eat. In particular, red meat, chocolate, and forms of indigestible fiber, as well as supplements (such as iron) can change the color of stool. Blood in the stool is always abnormal, and should be investigated. But aside from this, there is no true 'normal color stool'. ...Read more
Sometimes (about 2 or 3 weeks) pain occurs on right side abdomen and specially after discharge stools. And stool color black?
Black stools: Black stools, especially when they or foul-smelling and tarry, can be a sign of internal bleeding in the upper digestive tract. It is possible you may have ulcer or some other source of internal bleeding. You should see your doctor ASAP or go to the emergency room if you feel too sick to make it to that appointment. Good luck. ...Read more
Since three weeks I removed gallbladder, stool color was normal dark color recently I noticed the stool is light color near yellow. Is it normal?
Biliary stricture?: If the liver is unable to get bile into your intestine, it can cause you to have pale or yellow stools. Bile is what makes stools brown. This can sometimes occur after gallbladder surgery which can cause the bile ducts to narrow and cause a stricture. Sometimes stents are needed to open the ducts back up and allow free-flowing bile. See your surgeon if this continues to be a problem for follow up. ...Read more
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