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Pale Stool Nausea
Bile problems: White stools can be associated with gallblader disease. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Bile ducts: These symptoms, especially pale stools, are worrisome for problems involving the bile ducts that drain bile from the liver to the intestine. This can happen for a variety of reasons ranging from pancreatic cancer to gallstones. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I am having upper abdominal pain below ribs but above navel, painful gas after eating, intermittent pale stools, occasional nausea but no weight loss?
Abdominal pain: It's time to see a gastroenterologist to make sure all is OK. Have your doctor refer you. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Perhaps: Sounds to me like you may have a problem in the billiary tree, perhaps your gallbaldder. You gb secrets biliruubin into the intestine which throug a metabolic process gives feces its color. So you have a problem here. Nausea may come from bilirubinemia that is elevated in your system and may infact cause fatigue, especially if you are not eating enough or too high fatty meals. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I had nausea three times in a week, 1 severe vomiting in hospital, released bladder inf, now pale pale stool still lots of pains in tummy like bad gas?
Antibiotic S/Effect: If you were in the hospital for a bladder infection a week ago, you are probably still on antibiotic therapy. Your GI issues may be due to the side effects of the antibiotics. To be sure, talk to your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Does one time pale stool require ER visit or can I wait to see pcp if it occurs again? No other symptoms, no meds.
Stool Changes: Hi, pale or acholic stools refer to white or tan colored stool vs brown. Stool receives its brown color from pigments in bile, a digestive secretion from the gallbladder. If you have recurrent acholic stool it could be an indicator of gallbladder dysfunction. If you are having pain/fever/nausea/abdominal or right sided back pain you should see a doctor urgently. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
I keep having occasional pale stool: did abdominal ultrasound, did several blood test (for liver, pancreas and more) all normal. Could it be gerd?
Not likely: Gerd (gastro esopageal reflux disease), has to do with reflux of acid into the esophagus. This has heartburn, regurgitation, nausea, dysphagia, and bleeding, among other things. But not pale stool. Problems with the pancreas might do this. Pancreatic cancer can have clay-colored stools. Unless this presents with other signs and symptoms, it would be hard to say what it is without more tests. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
My 5yr old has had sporadic diarrhea/low grade fever off/on over 4weeks. Now she has fatigue, no appetite, pale stool, mild abdominal pain.
Not sure yet: I strongly suggest you have your child see his/her pediatrician. What you describe could be as simple as a prolonged gastroenteritis (i.e. Stomach bug) but the duration makes me worry that it may be something else. I can't be more specific without an exam and a lot more questions. Be sure to write down the frequency of stools, their color/consistency, and any other symptoms (nausea/vomiting, etc. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Don't know. Are you: ill? Light colored (like clay) stool might be seen w liver problems like hepatitis, liver cancer or cirrhosis. There could be gallstones, biliary duct obstruction, pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer or mononucleosis. White stools can be seen w malabsorption of fat. White mucus might occur w IBS. Might have light color if you had a recent barium enema or from antacids (aluminum hydroxide). Are you > ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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