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Loose stools is a symptom in which a person's stool (poop) does not hold its shape after it goes into the toilet. Instead of remaining a shaped piece of poop, the poop spreads out in the toilet bowl water. Very loose stool is called diarrhea. Loose stool can be caused by infections, certain foods or drinks, ...Read more
Bile: Bile secreted by the liver and reabsorbed in intestine to be recycled through the liver is the chief contributing factor to green color of stool. Having no gallbladder, the storage bag for bile between meals can result in yellow-green bile salt diarrhea in some individuals. Rapid transit of stool through the intestines during diarrheal illness can result in green stools. Some foods & dyes cause. ...Read more
No: Normal color of adult stool is brownish unless one: your diet contains a great deal of green vegetable matter or two: your diet contains a great deal of fat and that triggered bile which is dumped into your intestine to emulsify the fat and the color of bile is dark green. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Green, loose stool: Any conditions which cause the stool to transit too rapidly through the intestines can lead to green, moist stool. On the other hand eating green leafy vegetables can lead to green stool. Green cabbage, lettuce, peas, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, green salad, green leaves, celery & green beans as well as food that contains green food coloring can lead to green stool. See dr for change in stool >>. ...Read more
Many need to see Dr.: If these occurred just today then you could wait as see how you feel tomorrow. If this has been going on for a while then I suggest that you see your doctor. The color of the nasal discharge is not that important but if you have sinus pain you could have an infection. Color of diarrhea reflect what you have been eating or could be caused by other problems. ...Read more
Normal variation: The color of poo is derived from the waste pigment that end up in the bile, which is added to the intestines from the liver. It starts out an intense green & over time may change thru yellow & brown. The germs of the intestine convert the pigment as it transits the digestive tract. The less germ action the less color change. Diarrhea is often a greenish color for this reason. ...Read more
No: Parents often worry about the color of their child's feces. Whereas red and white colored stool certainly requires special attention, yellow, brown, and green ones generally do not. Just be sure your child is getting enough balanced electrolyte drink such as pedialyte not to get dehydrated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Bile is green in color. As it travels thru the gut it's color is changed, eventually to brown. Greenish color can be the result of intestinal contents not remaining in the gut long enough to turn brown. Any condition that causes diarrhea can cause green stool. SEE: http://abt.cm/144EnVu ...Read more
Not normal: But not cause for concern at this point. Really need to know more to give an idea on cause. Do you have fever, chills, abdominal pain, nausea, visiting? Have you had recent travel, use antibiotics or has anyone else been sick? Give it a few days if the answer to all these is "no". If not better or gets worse then go see a doc. ...Read more
I've had light green diarrhea for about a week now. There is no pain, but I have to use the restroom more than 3 times a day. Should i be concerned?
My son has had only two wet diapers in two days. He also has had green diarrhea for six days now. Should i be concerned?
Go to the Hospital: Please. Put down the smart phone and get your son to the emergency room. This is not normal and is very frightening to think you have gone six days without getting him medical attention. He is not peeing. He is very ill. Please take him to the nearest emergency room or get him to his pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My son is still having green diarrhea for 5 days now. Also, he hasn't peed for over 24 hours. What can I do? When should I take him to be seen?
Immediately: I am concerned that he may be severely dehydrated based upon what you have described. Please go to an er immediately as he may need IV fluids. Don't delay. ...Read more
I've had green diarrhea for 7 weeks now. I'm worried something major is wrong. What could it be? I tend to defecate 2-3 times a day.
Diarrhea : if you have had persistent diarrhea for seven weeks, and it is a change in your bowel habits, you should see your doctor for diagnosis. Most episodes of acute diarrhea are better within 7 to 10 days, so it is possible you may need blood or stool tests, and an intervention of some sort to solve the problem. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi I just had green diarrhea tonight I don't have a fever what do I have and how can I cure this is it something I ate or am I sick.?
Green diarrhea: Is not necessarily bad. Green indicates that foods have traveled quickly through your GI tract. Manage the diarrhea with fluids containing electrolytes. If you are unable to keep up with fluids by mouth, you may need an IV, this would be to treat dehydration. Blood in your stool would be more worrisome. All the best and be seen if you are not better. ...Read more
Can fasting cause (green) diarrhea and cause you to get a cold? I'm still drinking alot of fluids, I just have a cold along with the diarrhea.
Lokely: All GI juices still produced whether food or not. Volume loss can cause. Cold. ...Read more
Not much of appetite lately. Yesterday felt very full/bloated w/ some pain after half a bison burger. Today I have forest green diarrhea. Just normal?
Diarrhea: There are many potential causes for this, but would not become concerned unless it becomes persistent. If this was related to something you ate it should clear up in 3-4 days. If not, you might want to get seen. ...Read more
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