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Bowel Movement (Definition)

Expulsion of fecal material, food residue and bactrial residue, ...Read more


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Is it ok for your poop to be green?

Is it ok for your poop to be green?

Not unusual: Color depends on what you have eaten. If you have no other symptoms like diarrhea, abdominal pain then I would recommend watching. Seek medical care if you have additional symptoms ...Read more

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My baby is 4 month hi is breast feeding baby his poop is green and watery is thet ok?

My baby is 4 month hi is breast feeding baby his poop is green and watery is thet ok?

Typical: All infant bowel movements are technicolored, from green to yellow to brown. Breast fed infants often have thinner and often scanter bowel movements, because breast milk is well absorbed and leaves less residue to form a bowel movement. ...Read more

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Dark green loose poop since 2 days for 2 month old baby. She is under nan 1 baby formula from birth since I have less breast milk. Is it ok?

Dark green loose poop since 2 days for 2 month old baby. She is under nan 1 baby formula from birth since I have less breast milk. Is it ok?

Yes: The color of the stool reflects how quickly it passes through her digestive tract. Loose is OK unless you are dealing with frequent diarrhea. White stool or blood in the stool are problems. Green and loose are OK. ...Read more

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My baby is three months old and she poops green. Sometimes it gets worse than others what could it be?

My baby is three months old and she poops green. Sometimes it gets worse than others what could it be?

Food : The food your baby eats dictates the color of the bm. Formula fed babies have green poops from supplemental iron. Breast fed babies can have green poops from cracked nipples. If you're fine, and the baby is fine, don't worry. ...Read more

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Im pooping black and light green is this bad?

Im pooping black and light green  is this bad?

Not necessarily: The color of your stool is affected by what you eat. If you had peptobismo which has bismuth. This will make your stools black. Stool can also be black from gastrointestinal bleeding. Digested blood looks black. If you eat lots of green leafy fibrous vegetables, your stools could look greener. The bigger question is are you having diarrhea, i.E more than 3 stools or watery stools a day. ...Read more

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I have been pooping green for about a week now. Is that normal?

I have been pooping green for about a week now. Is that normal?

It depends: green poop can be normal. it could be from having too many green leafy vegetables. it could also be from your poop going through your intestines too fast. It usually turns brown in the large intestine. it could be from iron supplements. go to see your doctor and have an appropriate conversation with physical and history. ...Read more

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Not to long ago i had a hard time pooping, more then a few times just mucus came out. Lately it's been green and loose. What could be the cause?

Not to long ago i had a hard time pooping, more then a few times just mucus came out. Lately it's been green and loose. What could be the cause?

REALLY STUCK: You are likely having liquid stools going around a giant solid log of poop. Start by doing a MiraLAX clean out on the weekend. Put MiraLAX into everything you drink until you poop clear. Then, the important thing is to not let it happen again. Stool softeners are pretty useless to actually "soften" stool. Titrate MiraLAX every other day, or daily to avoid hard rocks. Drink more water, eat veg! ...Read more

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My 2 month old had a couple grey poops. Clay like texture. This morning I was grey/green. He's formula fed. Is this okay, what does it mean?

My 2 month old had a couple grey poops. Clay like texture. This morning I was grey/green. He's formula fed. Is this okay, what does it mean?

OK: Stools will vary in colour depending on the formula and transient time. Worry when stools are colourless or contain blood. All the best. ...Read more

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