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Red Wine Green Poop
Sometimes: Red wine does not usually cause blackened stool. It sometimes causes green stool, as it may contain dyes [that are also used in grape sodas and grape candies] that cause stool to green. If it has very high tannins. Meaning grape skins were left in the wine a very long time this may cause a darkening of stool. ...Read more
Hi ad red wine last night i went for poop this morning and colour was dark is that normal thank you?
Possible: Can be. Stool that is black from blood typical has a foul and distinct odor and is sticky. ...Read more
What is the effect of drinking red wine? Also i find it difficult to stool the following morning because the stool was very strong, what caused it
Two questions: Red wines contain tannins which enhance taste. There are about 50+ varietals. Some people do not tolerate wines for various reasons. Hard stools, if related to the wine are likely caused by dehydration. Wine acts as a diuretic, causing you to urinate more, and because you are imbibing the wine you may reduce your water intake. Of course, your stool issue may not have anything to do with wine. ...Read more
I have black, solid stool today. I drank a bottle of red wine yesterday and a margarita yesterday in 5 hours but I do not feel sick at all. ?
Black stool: When the stool is described as black that implies bleeding in the upper GI tract (stomach,esophagus). It is often described as looking like "coffee grounds". A simple test for iron in the stool is called the Hemocult. You like to drink the fruit of the vine which predisposes to GI bleeding. ...Read more
So i had a lot of red wine on Friday and then the next day my stool was black then i had some peptolbismol , It was black and hard again today. age 19?
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