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Yellow Liquid Stool That Burns The Butt
Depends on things...: Yellow is one of the normal stool colors, but usually in babies. For non-babies, stool color changes to more yellow if the stool is looser and is moving through the bowels in a shorter time, but that should be only temporary. Older children and adults don't have yellow stool as their normal stool, so a doctor can check to see if there is an infectious problem or gall bladder (bile) problem. ...Read more
Need more informatio: We need more information to beable to answer your question, like how long you have it, are you taking any medicine, do you have fever, abdominal cramps, how many times in a day you have these stools, and what you mean by it just comes out. It may be due to intestinal viral or bacterial infection or parasite like giardiasis etc. It may also be related to your diet and lactose intolerance. See your md. ...Read more
I have flu like symptoms, vomiting, bright yellow liquid stool. I wanted to know if this is normal for flu symptoms or should I go in?
Diarrgea: You should see your primary care physician or a gastroenterologist to make sure it's not infectious. ...Read more
What does it mean of your stool is a bright yellow but is more water like the actual stool and its burns to go to the bathroom.
It means: That it is time to get examined and tested. Your symptoms suggest an intestinal infection. ...Read more
My stool has been green yellow and burns for 3 days now. Diarriea and today I saw it had red inside of it. What does this mean? The stool was also mucisy and hurt alot!
Having: Having mucousy and possibly bloody stool is concerning for a type of infectious diarrhea. It may be viral, but you should be checked for bacterial diarrhea. Please see your doctor. If your doctor can't see you right away, or if you have pain, vomiting, fever, or worsening diarrhea then you will need to go to the er. ...Read more
I'm taking Zyrtec and it's important to me without it my skin itches and burns constantly. But it makes. My.stools yellow, any cause for concern?
Zyrtec: May cause diarrhea / cholestasis (no or less bile flow from bile ducts) which can cause light colored stools. You may want to change to another antihistaminic or hold the zyrtec, if you can, for some time, if the symptoms persist, see your doctor for evaluation of liver / gall bladder functions, best wishes ...Read more
Whenever I use the bathroom 90 percent of the time it is just yellow liquid with little stool and what looks like oil. What could this mean?
Weird fecal formation. Highly undigested stool (violently green shaded or yellow) objects surrounded by digested liquid. Something I'm eating?
Check with your doc: This may be a sign of digestive disease such as celiac sprue or other things. Better check with your doc to be safe. ...Read more
All day since I woke up I've been in the bathroom, my stool is coming out in liquid form and is bright yellow and I'm diabetic also. Is this bad?
My wife just had gullblatter surgery she was feeling fine three days later she's sick can't hold nothing down and having yellow liquid stools normal?
Emergency problem: She may be developing a complication of gall bladder surgery. Please take her to the nearest emergency room. This could be real serious. Don't delay. Just go. ...Read more
Hi, I have recently started working out again and today I had a brown stool but there was yellow liquid with it is this normal?
My month old baby is having a clear yellow liquid coming out when he stools. Not sure if I need to be worried or if it's normal?
When I use the bathroom 90 percent of the time it is nothing but yellow liquid, has little stool that float, and has oil floating on top of water. I a?
Not all of your statement came through. If you have had unintended weight loss, you may have malabsorption and should consult a doctor.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Severely constipated. Tried to pass bm bt TONS of thick milky white/yellow liquid came out. Then an insane amt of thick mucus came out bt still no stool?
Get checked: This could be a serious problem and needs to be discussed with a physician in detail. Bowel obstruction, infection or inflammatory bowel disease are potential serious explanations. Visit the ER if you have associated abdominal pain, shaking chills or fever, or dizziness. Get well! ...Read more
Always had bad stool. Past year used toilet paper over finger to push it out since its hard. Noticed little blood sometime and yellow liquid. Is it dange?
Chronic constipation: I would recommend stool softener and soluble fiber such as Fibercon or metamucil. Physical activity and foods high in dietary fiber may also be helpful. The blood is most likely related to minor trauma from the hard stool itself. If these measures aren't helpful I would recommend following up with a physician rather than using harsh laxatives. ...Read more
I've been having fevers and really sharp pains in my lower stomach. At one stage my stool was liquid and the next day is was solid but yellow. Advice?
Need to be seen: Those symptoms can be seen with and infectious gastrointestinal problem that may need antibiotics. A thorough history which would include timeline of the symptoms as they progressed, a physical exam and some labs and possibly radiology studies can determine if it is an emergent problem that needs immediate intervention or something that can be treated as outpatient. ...Read more
Iv been throwing up red chunks of something w/ yellow clearish liquid on and off the last two days w/chalky stool and thick mucas and some blood?
Yellow liquid stools after eating. Happening for a month on and off. Mucus present if stool is formed. R/T IBS or something more serious???
Mucus on stool: Mucus discharge occurs in up to 50% of patients with irritable bowel syndrome, with or without pain. Mucus may also be produced in response to partial obstruction, chronic constipation, rectal dysfunction, infection, & even from secretory villous tumors of the rectum. At the very least stool studies & probably a sigmoidoscopy should be considered, but a more extensive evaluation may be warranted. ...Read more
Brown stool with yellow mucus/liquid. Normal blood test. Normal colonscopy. Endoscopy showed mild gastritis. I also have oral thrush?
Stool changes: Change in the color, consistency or frequency of stools in a child is cause for concern. The most common causes of diarrhea are viral infections, but bacterial & parasitic infections should also be considered. Occassionally, food intolerance will produce abnormal stools. Maintaining hydration, avoiding juices, and using BRAT diet should help. See you doctor for prolonged symptoms or if bloody ...Read more
I had 4 degree tear while delivery 18 months back. Now whenever I am having farting issue with farting I am observing little liquid stool?
Soft thin stools, sometimes firm & medium size, followed by continued slow involuntary leaking of more soft to liquid stool for 5 minutes. Cause?
Constipation, bowel: Often constipation with liquid leaking around stool causes this, but there are many causes and treatments depending upon cause. Most commonly a good high fiber diet to bulk stools with adequate liquids is effective but if a more significant problem exists underlying then other issues need evaluated and treated. Look at http://www. Med. Unc. Edu/ibs/files/educational-gi-brochures/bowel%20leakage. Pdf. ...Read more
My baby is 6 month she has liquid stool 6 time a day this is stool test (pus cell:+) (PH:7.5) (R.B.C:0-2) (E.Histolyte seen cyst} what's refer good?
Hydrate: Both a workout and a liquid stool will dehydrate you, so the first step is to hydrate yourself with plenty of fluids, mainly water. Diarrhea will often resolve on its own within a day or so, so it would be reasonable to just keep yourself hydrated and eat a bland diet and observe, but do see a physician if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Two year old with green liquid stool for 2 days. No other symptoms. He's eating and drinking. Try let it pass? Or go in
What can be the cause of a 2 year old having light brown, liquid stool, with a significant amount of coffee-ground looking specks?
I defecate 1-2/day. Starts off every time w/ solid stool but always ends w/ soft or liquid stool for the last 1.5 mo. Why?
The colon (and rectum) absorb water. The stool coming out first has had more internal contact time with the colon lining, thus more water reabsorption; leading to harder stools compared to the stool that is evacuated after this.
This is normal.
Stool softners would make the harder stool softer, but really not needed unless it bothers you, or it is causing hemorrhoids. ...Read more