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Pea Green Poop
My 7 wk old is breastfed and when i changed her diaper her poop was pea soup green. What could it be? Should i take her in to the dr? Is this normal?
Normal !!!!!!: While usually the color is yellow, all of the yellows, oranges, greens, browns are normal colors for breast fed stools. The only colors to worry about are white, red and dark black (although purple with pink polka dots would be strange). Changes in color reflect your daughters maturing GI tract with the ability to change amount of bile in response to your diet. Relax and thanks for breastfeeding. ...Read more
Green stool color: The color 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. Consider what you ate in the last few days, but if greenish color is unusual for you & persists or is accompanied by other symptoms, see your doctor. ...Read more
I have small blackish balls separate from my stool which look like blackberries and green peas and my left lower side has much pain?
Need colonoscopy: May be necrotic polyposis sloughing from the colon. Take them to your MD for path exam ...Read more
Yesterday I ate fruit loops for breakfast and I had green peas with my dinner. Today I had a bowel movement and it was part brown and part green.
Stool color: stool color can vary for many reasons, including particular foods eaten, disease states, and medications. A change in stool color in the course of one stool is not unusual, and would only be concerning if you saw red or solid black stool. These could be signs of internal bleeding. if you're not sure, see your doctor to check. Good luck. ...Read more
After wiping with toilet paper following a bowel movement, I found a green pea on the toilet paper, which made me wonder, do we get any benefit from veggies since they're not digested?
Yes: The structure of CELLULOSE makes it impossible for us to break it down. It is what is called dietary fiber. Certainly it prevents constipation and allows gut movement to work better. Also, cholesterol sticks to it and fiber lowers cholesterol a bit. Furthermore, we don't know why but it is associated with better control of glucose in diabetes. Also, higher fiber intake is associated less cancer ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why does my 6.5yo poop out recognizable veggies? I slow her down to chew but see peas, carrots, spinach in stool 2 days later.
Normal: Since humans do not have digesting enzyme for cellulose, it is not surprising to see intact corn or bean. ...Read more
6 weeks old with possible digestive problems hello I have a 6 week old baby and he has been vomiting every night and during the day as well he sweats a lot he is very gassy and and is very hard to burp sometimes he wont even burp at all his poop is a pea
Vomiting : Vomiting in a six week old infant needs to be evaluated by a doctor promptly. It could be something common such as gastroesophageal reflux disease or it could be something more serious such as pyloric stenosis (a 6 week old boy is the prime age and gender for this). Either way, you should call his doctor and have him seen as soon as possible. Once he has been examined, your doctor will be able to give appropriate suggestions on how to treat him. Good luck! ...Read more
Mass: recomend to start with a family doctor. ...Read more
Small hard pea size lump in the beginning of my anus (inside)!!!! It's under the skin! Please tell me what is it? I have no STIs
Hemorrhoids?: A hard lump under the skin can sometimes be a hemorrhoid (swollen or clotted rectal vein). Depending on the location they can be painful or not painful. If painful, any general practitioner can remove a clot from a hemorrhoid with immediate relief. Otherwise, keep an eye on it and visit your doctor to confirm the diagnosis if it doesn't improve. ...Read more